Kononov believes that football in Russia will progress – Teller Report Teller Report

Former head coach of Spartak Oleg Kononov shared his impressions of the match of the 29th round of the Russian Premier League (RPL) between Dynamo and Lokomotiv.

“I think everyone liked football today. In the first half, Dynamo played better, in the second – Lokomotiv. I really sympathize with football, where they concentrate on the attack, although one should not forget about defense either. Great football,” Kononov conveys the words Sport24.

According to him, in the RPL, many clubs began to pay great attention to the younger generation. He also stressed that young coaches began to focus on attacking football.

“I think our football will still progress regardless of whether foreigners play here or not,” Kononov concluded.

The meeting was held in Moscow at the RZD Arena stadium and ended with a score of 3: 3, although after the first half the guests won by two goals.

Dynamo scored 53 points and is in second place in the Russian Football Championship table. Lokomotiv (45) is on the sixth line.

Earlier, the former striker of the Russian national team Roman Pavlyuchenko congratulated Fedor Smolov, who caught up with him in the list of top scorers in the RPL.


Source: RT на русском by russian.rt.com.

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