Finn left the country for the national team of Russia on football

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Sergey Eremenko Photo: palloliitto.fi

Midfielder Moscow “Spartak”, 19-year-old Sergey Eremenko who played for the youth national team of Finland, wished to play for team Russia. This was reported on the website of the Football Association of Finland.

“Sergey Eremenko will no longer represent the national team of Finland. The midfielder said of the Association that in the future wants to be in the Russian team. If the international football Federation to take his claim, the player will not wear a t-shirt of the national team of Finland”, — said the coach of the youth team under 19 years Juha Mattila.

Eremenko moved to the Moscow club in February on loan from the Latvian of “Spartacus.” He has experience of playing in Finland to 17, 18 and 19 years old. The midfielder also played for the Finnish “Jaro” and Swiss “Basel”.

19-year-old is the younger brother of footballers Roman and Alexei Eremenko. First played for CSKA Moscow and Rubin Kazan, the second — for “Saturn” and “Rubin”. Both the midfielder played in the national team of Finland.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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