Timur Zakirov may refer to:
Timur Ilkhanovich Zakirov is a Russian football coach and a former player.
Timur Timurovich Zakirov is a Russian football player.
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Marat is a common given name for males from the former Soviet republics. Marat's language of origin is the Tatar language. Its meaning can be translated into desire (desired), wish. It derives from the Turkish name Murat, itself derived from the Arabic Murad.
Marat Sagitovich Zakirov is a Russian water polo player who played on the silver medal squad at the 2000 Summer Olympics and the bronze medal squad at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Timur Kapadze is an Uzbekistani former professional football midfielder of Ahiska-Turkish descent.
FC Abdysh-Ata Kant is a Kyrgyzstani football club based in Kant, Kyrgyzstan. It is named after a local brewery. The club was founded in 1992.
Taimur also spelled as Timur or Taimoor most commonly refers to Timur, a 14th-century Turko-Mongol ruler also known as Tamerlane.
Rustam Zakirov is a retired Kyrgyzstani footballer who was a midfielder. He is well known for playing for Abdish-Ata Kant and Alga Bishkek. He was a member of the Kyrgyzstan national football team.
Timur Magomedovich Zangiyev is a Russian professional football manager and a former player.
Timur Gumarovich Bagautdinov is a Russian professional football player.
Timur Mingaliyevich Rakhmatullin is a Russian professional football player. He last played in the Russian Second Division for FC Sibiryak Bratsk.
Timur, Temür, Temir or Tömör is a Turkic and Mongolic name which literally means iron. It is a cognate of the Turkish name Demir. In Indonesian Language, Timur means East. Indonesian name after Timur due to it gives hope with new life which the sun starts each day from east.
Nematjan Zakirov is a former Kyrgyzstani international footballer.
Alexander Zakirov is a Russian ice hockey player. He is currently playing with Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg of the Kontinental Hockey League (|KHL).
Zakirov or Zokirov is a Central Asian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Zakirova or Zokirova. Notable people with the surname include:
Timur Andreyevich Akmurzin is a Russian football player who plays for FC Ufa on loan from FC Rubin Kazan.
Ghali Zakirov was a Tatar Soviet soldier and Hero of the Soviet Union. Zakirov was awarded the title for his actions in the Battle of the Dnieper, where he reportedly killed over 100 German soldiers. He was killed in action a month after being awarded the title in January 1944.
Timur Abdurashitovich Zhamaletdinov is a Russian professional footballer who plays as a striker for Polish club Lech Poznań on loan from CSKA Moscow.
Kamil Myaskutovich Zakirov is a Russian football player. He plays for FC Anzhi Makhachkala.
Timur Taimurazovich Pukhov is a Russian football player. He plays in Lithuania for FK Žalgiris.