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2006 Latvian Higher League

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Subject: FK Liepājas Metalurgs, FK Ventspils, FK Rīga, Kaspars Gorkšs, Oskars Kļava, Aleksandrs Cauņa
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2006 Latvian Higher League

Final tables of Latvian Higher League Championship, 2006

League standings

Key to colors in league table
Virsliga Champion
Qualify for UEFA Cup
Can qualify for UEFA Cup
Relegated to lower division at the end of season
Position Club Played Wins Draws Losses Goals for Goals against Points Goal Difference
1 FK Ventspils 28 19 5 4 48 23 62 +25
2 FHK Liepājas Metalurgs 28 18 6 4 66 20 60 +46
3 Skonto Rīga 28 16 6 6 55 21 54 +34
4 Dinaburg Daugavpils 28 12 5 11 33 38 39 -5
5 Ditton Daugavpils 28 10 8 10 33 31 38 +2
6 FK Jūrmala 28 11 4 13 36 36 37 +0
7 FK Rīga 28 6 4 18 21 57 22 -36
8 Dižvanagi Rēzekne 28 0 2 26 11 77 2 -66


Pos  Name Team Goals
1  Mihails Miholaps (LAT) Skonto FC 15
2  Ģirts Karlsons (LAT) FK Liepājas Metalurgs 13
3  Jurģis Kalns (LAT) Jūrmala 12
4  Kristaps Grebis (LAT) FK Liepājas Metalurgs 11
-  Darius Miceika (LTU) FK Liepājas Metalurgs 11


Best Name Team
Goalkeeper  Andris Vaņins (LAT) FK Ventspils
Defender  Jean-Paul Ndeki (CMR) FK Ventspils
Midfielder  Vitālijs Astafjevs (LAT) Skonto FC
Forward  Ģirts Karlsons (LAT) FK Liepājas Metalurgs
Young Player  Aleksandrs Cauņa (LAT) Skonto FC


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