The head coach of Al Ain spoke about the contract with the club, and about how he sees his career in the future.
Sergei Rebrov wants to return in the future and work as a head coach in one of the Ukrainian clubs. The head coach of Al Ain spoke about this in an interview with Channel 24. But most of all, the specialists dreamed of leading the national team of Ukraine.
However, an obstacle to returning home is the current contract with the Arabian club.
“Do I plan to return to Ukraine? I am happy to return. If clubs are interested in coach Rebrov, they should ask Al Ain first. I am with this club, I am not a free agent now. I cannot go to Al Ain and just finish the contract. Even if there are offers from Ukrainian clubs, they should contact my club first, because I have a valid contract. Once it is finished, I will have the right to choose my workplace.
Are you interested in working in the Ukrainian national team? Well, listen, for any coach to work in the national team of Ukraine is prestigious, especially now. This is the duty of your country, which raised you, made you a man. I am 100% sure that any Ukrainian coach who is offered to lead the national team will not refuse it. If there is an offer from the Ukrainian team, I will gladly accept it.
What foreign clubs would be interesting to lead? I didn’t think so. I never thought I would work in Ferencváros, Al Ain. A coach is a person who is subject to someone, in some measures. You can’t just say at the end of the contract: “I want to work in England or Italy”, but there are no offers from there. Whatever the proposals are, I will consider them,” said Rebrov.
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