Dismissed coach of “Spartak” wanted to stay in Russia for the money


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Former head coach of “Spartacus” Massimo Carrera on a press-conferences has told about plans for the future. His words leads “CHempionata”.

“7-8 November, I will stay in Moscow, I will relax and enjoy the city, then take a short break to relieve themselves of the accumulated goods. Time in “Spartacus” was intense. Coaching is stressful. Even when asleep, in my head spinning different thoughts. A lot of stress. You need to shake them off. Then I go on a real vacation,” said Carrera.

According to the coach, he is ready for new suggestions. “Even if this club from Russia. Why not? I pay the money. Tomorrow I can train a new team, I am free from obligations. If offered, I’m ready,” he said.

According to Telegram-channel “Spartak-inside”, the Carrera will remain in Moscow until November 8 because of taxes. By this time the Italian will score 185 days of stay in Russia will be considered a tax resident. Then he will pay 13 percent personal income tax. If Carrera will leave Russia now, it will be forced to pay 50 percent in taxes in 2018 in Italy.

Carrera 22 October was dismissed from the post of chief coach of “Spartacus”. The management team explained the decision unsatisfactory results of last season.

Under the leadership of Carrera “Spartak” for the first time in 16 years became the champion of Russia. In the season-2018/2019, the Muscovites failed to reach the group stage of the Champions League, losing to PAOK FC in the qualifying tournament.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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