CSKA President Evgeny Giner said that the team will not change head coach Viktor Goncharenko after Viktor Onopko and Sergei Ovchinnikov left his team.
According to the Bobsoccer portal, on December 29, the club announced its decision not to renew contracts with coaches Onopko and Ovchinnikov. Both specialists were part of Goncharenko’s coaching staff. Onopko has worked at CSKA since 2009, and Ovchinnikov since 2014.
According to Giner, on January 17 CSKA will go to the training camp under the guidance of the head coach.
Note that after 19 rounds of the Russian Championship CSKA managed to score 37 points and take second place.
At the same time, this year, for the second year in a row, the Moscow club ended up in last place in the UEFA Europa League Group K standings, becoming the first Russian club that failed to win a single match in the group stage of the second most important European competition.
Earlier, CSKA president Evgeny Giner said that he could not explain the club’s poor performance in the current Europa League.