Spartak will play more in attack. Igor Grishin explained how the team will change

Spartak will play more in attack.  Igor Grishin explained how the team will change

Answering questions from a correspondent, the new head coachSpartacus » Igor Grischine says what changes are coming to the team after his arrival.

On Monday, Spartak defeated Dynamo in the Fonbet KHL Championship away match (3:2 Blvd). The Red-Whites have already won two games since the resignation of former head coach Boris Mironov.

“We won, and that’s already very good,” Grishin said. I hope the fans also enjoyed the game. The stands were noisy, you could hear them. Both teams entertained the crowd. The team started to understand what we wanted to do, in which direction to go. The victory is doubly pleasing.

– Are you going to radically change the tactics of Spartak. After all, Khimik under your leadership was the most productive team in the VHL.

Of course, the tactic will change. Spartak will play more in attack. The seeds of this future game were already visible today – to act actively, aggressively, to move from defense to attack more quickly. So far Spartak lack aggressiveness in front of goal, shooting activity, but we are working on it.

– Are there any changes in the composition of Spartak?

– There are always changes. Moreover, we have good youngsters who are now in the national team. They will also have the opportunity to prove themselves in the KHL. There will be a turnover.

– How long will it take for Spartak to completely rebuild your tactics?

“From my own experience, I can say that a complete restructuring takes about two and a half or three months.

It was Grishin’s first game as Spartak head coach this season. Previously, he led the farm club Red-White Khimik, and Spartak was led by Mironov last season and at the start of the current one, who was dismissed before the last match with CSKA.

Source : MatchTV

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