The head coach of the Dnieper Myron Markevych in an exclusive interview with the Great football on channel Football 1 spoke about the processes within the club and what prospects the team has.
“I thought we were going to do a really serious club. At least I’m wanted and somewhere I closed my eyes the first year on any difficulty. Wish the team played decently.
I wish there was a serious team and not just play — and play. It felt both the players and the coaching staff. If nothing changed, if the team will not do, it all falls down, it is already visible. The players contracts end, they want to go. The same Douglas Boyko.
Yes, I have a good salary, but if not, me the more. I can sit another year and a half and get paid for it. But I can’t. First of all, the fans expect me to result, the more we teased them a little. The Dnieper river is not an ordinary team, I can not work that way. I have to say what I want, what should be the command, what result. And so, to sit and watch as it falls apart the team, I’d rather not,” said Markevich.