Date: 6 months ago   Category: Football

The ex-player of Dynamo was not necessary to Spartacus


Spartacus will not prolong the contract with the Finnish midfielder Roman Eremenko. Spartacus's guide officially notified the midfielder Roman Eremenko and his representatives that the Moscow club does not count on the player any more, reports the Championship. The decision on refusal of services of the Finnish football player was made on the board of directors of team. It is connected with a physical condition of the player. In the current season he played only four matches and was not marked out by productive actions. Eremenko played for CSKA from 2014 to 2017. On November 18, 2016 the midfielder was disqualified for two years for the cocaine use. Having served sentence, Roman got over in Spartacus's camp. Earlier football agent Dmitry Selyuk expressed opinion that "red-white" struck serious blow to the image because of signing of the Finn. Let's remind, Eremenko is well-known to the Ukrainian fans – he protected colors of the Kiev Dynamo from 2008 to 2011.

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