In summer 2011, the club signed the Hungarian Balázs Dzsudzsák, who signed a four-year deal to transfer for a reported €14 million.[16] Anzhi also bought Russian midfielder Yuri Zhirkov from Chelsea for a similar fee.[17] On 23 August 2011, Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o signed from Inter Milan for approximately €28 million on a world-record €20.5 million annual salary.[18]

The club is hated by some supporters of the Moscow-based clubs as well as Zenit Saint Petersburg, in part out of jealousy of the club's former wealth and also out of ethnic and religious animosity.[36]

The club's crest includes a yellow eagle in traditional Caucasian clothing with elements of the Dagestani flag.

Sans club depuis son départ de Newcastle, Gabriel Obertan devrait rebondir en Russie.

Anzhi finished 15th and were relegated from the Premier League in 2002, but during their first season back in the First Division, they reached the semi-finals of the Russian Cup, where they lost 1–0 to Rostov.[8] In their seventh season in the First Division, Anzhi won the league and returned to the Premier League.[5] On 5 December 2010, defender Shamil Burziyev died in a car accident at the age of 25.[9]

L'Anzhi continue son bon parcours et a battu le FC Oural grâce à Gabriel Obertan.

Сергей Ткачев (45')

Рашид Магомедов (54')

The club's name derives from the word "Anzhi", meaning 'pearl' in the local Kumyk language. It was also the ancient name for the land around where Makhachkala is situated.

Football Club Anzhi Makhachkala (Russian: Футбо́льный клуб Анжи́ Махачкала́, pronounced [fʊdˈbolʲnɨj ˈklup ɐnˈʐɨ məxəʂkɐˈla]) is a Russian football club based in Makhachkala, capital of the Republic of Dagestan. Founded in 1991, the club competes in the Russian Football Premier League, playing their home games at the Anzhi-Arena.

Le Spartak Moscou a battu l'Anji sur le score de 2-0 et reste le leader en Russie.

In February 2012, the club appointed the experienced Dutchman Guus Hiddink as its new manager[19] following Yuri Krasnozhan's two-month-long spell in charge. Hiddink's first signing was Congolese defender Christopher Samba, joining for £12 million from Blackburn Rovers.[20]

Comme annoncé, Cédric Yambéré n'évoluera pas avec les Girondins de Bordeaux la saison prochaine. Il a été prêté en Russie.

Libre depuis son départ de Newcastle, Gabriel Obertan (27 ans) s'est engagé mercredi pour deux saisons avec l'Anzhi Makhachkala selon son agent.

In the 2013–14 season they changed their shirt sponsor from Adidas to Nike.

The club's 28,000-seat Anzhi-Arena was built in 2003, and due to its facilities is not used in European competition, for which Anzhi use the Lokomotiv Stadium in Moscow. A high-priority goal of Kerimov when he purchased the club was the construction of a new 40,000 seater ground.[33][34]

Troisième, le Zénith est encore en lice pour le titre suite à sa courte victoire à Makhachkala (1-0).

Бернард Бериша (90')

In 1999, Anzhi won the First Division, and were thus promoted to the top-flight Premier League for the first time.[5] The side missed out on a bronze-medal finish on the last day of the season, as they conceded a last-minute Torpedo Moscow penalty which took their opponents into third place.[7] On 20 June 2001, the club played in the final of the Russian Cup for the first time, losing to Lokomotiv Moscow on penalties after a 1–1 draw.[5]

Due to armed conflict in Dagestan, the club's players live and train in a village near Moscow, at a training base previously used by Saturn Moscow. The club fly in for home matches,[30][31] which have a heavy security presence.[32]

1 Only one leg was played, in a neutral venue in Warsaw, Poland, due to security concerns in Russia.

20:45 : Petits frères des Bleus, d'Aurélien Delfosse. Suivi d'une soirée spéciale. Avec : Messaoud Benterki, Aurélien Delfosse, Ludovic

Anzhi receive most of their support from the Northern Caucasian region, particularly from the city of Makhachkala. The club also enjoys support from fans scattered all over Dagestan, and the local area in general.[35]

Рашид Магомедов (28')

L'Anzhi Makhachkala (D1 russe) a annoncé mercredi l'arrivée du milieu offensif croate, Ivo Ilicevic (29 ans). Il a signé un contrat de trois saisons.

Last updated: 31 May 2016 Source: http://www.fc-anji.ru/coaches/

Several of the players sold had been recent signings for Anzhi; Aleksandr Korkorin had signed from Dynamo only a month before being sold back to the Dinamiki and had yet to make an appearance for Anzhi. Igor Denisov and Aleksei Ionov had both only signed in June and had played only a handful of matches before being sold. Christopher Samba had rejoined Anzhi in July after a spell with Queens Park Rangers. Willian had joined in January and played only 11 league matches before being sold.

Дмитрий Щербак (5')

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Anzhi.

Anzhi's reserve team played professionally in the Russian Third League from 1995 to 1997. For more details, see FC Anzhi-Bekenez Makhachkala.

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Cédric Yambéré, le défenseur bordelais, prêté avec option d'achat à l'Anji Makhatchkala, assume le choix de rejoindre le club russe.

On 10 October 2012, Anzhi opened a youth academy, the first in Dagestan in order to develop youth talents for the first team. The academy is being run by Anzhi Sporting Director Jelle Goes.[23]

The budget cut resulted in Anzhi performing very poorly in the 2013–14 Russian Premier League: when the season ended, Anzhi finished last and were relegated after amassing a record-low of three wins and 20 points, making them the worst last-placed team in Europe.[29] However, they returned to the top division at the first attempt.

1R: First round, 2Q: Second qualifying round, 3Q: Third qualifying round, PO: Play-off round

Troisième du Championnat, le Zénith a encore fait un nul à Makhachkala (2-2).

On 22 July 2013, Hiddink resigned from his post as manager, ending an 18-month stint. His newly appointed assistant, countryman René Meulensteen, was promoted to the manager position.[24] However, after 16 days as the team manager, Meulensteen was sacked.[25]

Йоан Молло (18')

The club was founded in 1991 by former Dinamo Makhachkala player Magomed-Sultan Magomedov, then head of Dagnefteprodukt, and took part in its first season in the Dagestan League the same year. They ended up as league champions with an unbeaten record and 16 wins out of 20 matches.[5]

On 30 January 2012, Roberto Carlos announced his plans to retire at the end of the season.[21] He ended his football career on 9 March and took up a role as the club's director.[22]