Baku. 26 November. REPORT.AZ/ England's reputable 'The Sun' newspaper published article about 'Karabakh' FK, which will meet 'Tottenham' club today in V tour match of the European League group stage.
Report informs, article is named 'Five facts about Tottenham’s ‘ghost town’ opponents FK Qarabag'.
'FK QARABAG'S original home, Agdam, is now a 'ghost town' after the entire population fled during Nagorno-Karabakh war and Armenians destroyed most of the city', article declares.
FK QARABAG have won the Azerbaijan Premier League for the last two seasons, actually made it into the Champions League but were knocked out by Celtic in the early stages.
Information about Baku also provided in the article. 'Baku hosted First European Games this year and famous chess-player Garry Kasparov was born in Baku', edition declares.
The article says that, Azerbaijan's 'Garabag' footbal club now plays in Republic Stadium named after Tofig Bahramov in Baku, because of occupation most of the city by Armenians in 1993.