Lucescu excludes Ukrainian star player from Dynamo squad
Dynamo Kyiv's famous footballer Denys Harmash has been withdrawn from the main squad and is keeping fit with the youth team players. Head coach of the capital club Mircea Lucescu no longer counts on the 33-year-old midfielder, who has been playing for the club since 2007.
This is reported by the well-known Dynamomania portal of Kyiv fans. Together with Harmash, who won Euro 2009 U-19 as a member of the Ukraine national team, Brazilian Sidcley trains with the youth of the 16-time Ukrainian champions.
Harmash played 33 matches for Dynamo last season, in which he scored three goals and made one assist. 30-year-old Sidcley spent last season at Bulgarian club CSKA 1948 on loan, where he played 15 matches, scored one goal and made one assist.
"Dynamo will play the return match of the third qualifying round of the Conference League against Greek Aris on Thursday, August 17. After the defeat in Thessaloniki (0:1), the Ukrainians will host their opponent in Bucharest. Lucescu made a loud statement before the match, in which he spoke harshly about the Greek fans.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the leadership of Dynamo Kyiv is preparing for the resignation of head coach Mircea Lucescu if the team does not reach the group stage of the Conference League.