Victor Goncharenko heads Ural

Victor Goncharenko heads Ural

Ural Yekaterinburg’s official site informs that a three-year contract has been signed with Mr. Goncharenko
One of Belarus’ most successful coaches changes his status of an unemployed (which lasted for seven months) after Kuban’s heads dismissed him.

Ural Yekaterinburg’s official site informs that a three-year contract has been signed with Mr. Goncharenko. On June 20th, he is to arrive in Yekaterinburg. Some time later, his team will renew training for a new season after holidays. “Victor Goncharenko is a very good coach. We believe he would become the specialist able to train our team qualitative playing and ensure Ural’s progress,” optimistically comments Ural’s President, Grigory Ivanov.
Belarusians have also grounds to be happy for one of their most successful coaches. After his headline-making dismissal from Kuban last November, Mr. Goncharenko was believed to join Tosno, Rostov, Amkar, Terek, Mordovia, Lokomotiv and Spartak. However, he actually was staying on holidays — which was truly nervous.
The period of uncertainty is in the past now and this is positive. Ural was close to leaving Premier League last season, preserving its place only due to matches against Tom. However, this fact should not disappoint.

By Igor Leshin
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