Lucescu: Fenerbahce wanted to sign me, but I said no

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The head coach of Dynamo Kyiv spoke about his decision to stay at the club during the war.

Mircea Lucescu could have left Dynamo during the summer transfer window, but he refused to do so. The head coach of Kyiv Dynamo said this. According to him, he received an offer to work in the Turkish championship, but he refused.

The specialist also spoke about the details of the training and game process during the battle.

“Who will make me do this? I can’t betray these guys. Fenerbahce wanted to sign me, but I said no. They said now my place is here.

Even what is happening in Ukraine seems incredible, but after almost a year of war, it seems to have become normal, familiar. But we are not talking about the return of fans to Ukrainian stadiums.

How can I live? There is fear. You look at the sky and you never know what might happen at any moment. We could hear the noise of the planes while we were in the field. We play behind closed doors. While there was no air raid, we played, trying to pay attention to the field.

It happened that we had to wait up to an hour in the dressing room before we could resume the match. I don’t know who would do that in my place, but I feel like I’m doing well,” Tuttosport quoted Lucescu as saying.

As a reminder, Mircea Lucescu previously conquered another success as Dynamo coach, taking second place among all coaches in European competition matches.

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Source: korrespondent

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