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Ready to stay: media found out new details about Rebrov's appointment as the coach of the Ukrainian national team

Alexander ChekanovSport

Serhii Rebrov, the head coach of the Emirates' Al-Ain is ready to continue working with his current club and refuse the appointment as the coach of the Ukrainian national soccer team. At the same time, the administration of our compatriot's current team will make a final decision about the future of the Dynamo legend after the season.

This is the information available to the edition of Alittihad. The current season was not very successful for Al-Ain - the team could not get a single title, and now the main bet is on the League Cup, where Rebrov`s wards will play in the semifinals with Al-Nasr.

 
 

Recall that on April 17 it was reported that Rebrov had agreed to the terms of his contract with the Ukrainian Association of Football (UAF) and will take the national team on the eve of the matches in Euro 2024 qualifying against Northern Macedonia (June 16) and Malta (June 19).

The same was confirmed by the head of the UAF Andrii Pavelko, who on April 23 announced on Facebook that the Ukrainian national team will be prepared by the new coach for the next matches of Euro 2024.

 

It should be recalled that after Oleksandr Petrakov's dismissal, Ruslan Rotan led the yellow-blue team. Under his guidance, the Ukraine national team lost without a chance to England in the opening game of the qualifying round for the European Championship 2024.

 

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Sergei Rebrov sharply responded to rumors about his appointment to the Ukrainian national team, noting that he "already got" all the fans.

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