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The head coach of CSKA Moscow Viktor Goncharenko, who wished to resign after the defeat from Petersburg “Zenith” in a match of 23 th round of Tinkoff, the Russian Premier League (RPL), left Russia. It is reported Sport24.
Clarifies that Goncharenko flew home to Belarus immediately after the match. He has no plans to return to Moscow, and evening session for the players will hold his assistants Sergei Ovchinnikov and Viktor Onopko.
June 20, in the home match CSKA lost with 0:4. In the blue-white-blue scored a double Brazilian midfielder Malcolm, goal was scored by Serbian defender Branislav Ivanovic and the Argentine striker Sebastian Driussi.
On 21 June it was reported that Goncharenko wrote a statement about the resignation. The management of CSKA is going to persuade the Belarusian specialist to stay until the end of the season 2019/2020.
43-year-old Goncharenko headed CSKA in 2016. Along with the red-blue he twice became the silver medalist of the national championship and also won the Supercup of Russia.
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