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Pachajyan picked as Armenia's finest

Published: Thursday 6 December 2007, 11.36CET
Midfielder Levon Pachajyan has been named Armenian Player of the Year after a fine season for both league champions FC Pyunik and the national team.

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Published: Thursday 6 December 2007, 11.36CET

Pachajyan picked as Armenia's finest

Midfielder Levon Pachajyan has been named Armenian Player of the Year after a fine season for both league champions FC Pyunik and the national team.

Levon Pachajyan has been named Armenian Player of the Year after a fine season for champions FC Pyunik and the national team.

Memorable year
The 24-year-old midfielder scored ten times in 25 appearances as Pyunik secured their seventh straight league title, and was ever-present for Armenia in 2007 as they defeated Kazakhstan and Poland before drawing with Portugal and Serbia in a memorable four-game unbeaten run in UEFA EURO 2008™ qualifying. In the poll of top-flight club presidents and coaches, referees and media representatives organised by the Football Federation of Armenia, the right-sided Pachajyan finished ahead of team-mates Robert Arzumanyan and Sargis Hovsepyan.

Last updated: 06/12/07 11.48CET

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