From Kazakhstan Encyclopedia
Pavel Purishkin is a graduate of the Uzbek top club Pakhtakor Tashkent's academy. Top goalscorer of Uzbek Reserves League in 2007 and part of Uzbekistan national under-17 football team at 2004 AFC U-17 Championship held in Japan.
In 2011 Pavel moved to Kazakhstan First Division where he scored 44 goals in 99 games for Ak Bulak, Spartak Semey, Astana-1964 and CSKA Almaty. In 2013 his goal in promotion playoff helped Spartak Semey achieve a 1-0 win over FC Vostok and win promotion to 2014 Kazakhstan Premier League.
In February 2016, Purishkin signed a one-year contract with Malaysian UiTM FC. In his first official game for the club, Purishkin scored a hat-trick and made an assist in a 4-1 win vs. Sabah FA on 12 February 2016. Purishkin scored his 4th goal in the first 2 games for the new club in a 1-0 away win vs. Perlis FA on 15 February 2016.
Purishkin's last name (Пурышкин in Russian) has multiple ways of being transliterated from its original spelling in the Russian Cyrillic alphabet into the Latin alphabet. Purishkin is the spelling used throughout the player's passport and other official documents. It has also been adopted by FIFA and is the preferred spelling in most English publications (although Puryshkin is also used elsewhere).
Club career statistics
|Shurtan Guzar||2007||Uzbek League||13||1||?||1||-||-||14||2|
|Sogdiana Jizzakh||2010||Uzbekistan First League||23||9||?||?||-||-||23||9|
|Ak Bulak||2011||Kazakhstan First Division||20||5||1||0||-||-||21||5|
|Malaysia||League||Malaysia FA Cup||AFC||Total|
|UiTM FC||2016||Malaysia Premier League||7||8||1||0||-||-||8||8|
- Kazakhstan First Division Runner-up: 2013
- Uzbekistan First League Runner-up: 2010
- Kazakhstan First Division 3rd Place: 2014
- Profile at Soccerway
- Profile at Footballfacts.ru
- Purishkin's Instagram account
- Purishkin's Facebook account
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