Yea I agree, year-and-a-half maximun. Excellent news for Spartak :thumbsup:Quite a coup getting him. Highly sought after. Problem is will more than likely not stay too long if he continues to be relatively successful. At least he can stay around to get the club back on it's feet.
I think Laudrup said that his son won't be going to Spartak, that's what I read yesterday.At least, Michael Laudrup (yup, he was the coach of my club here in Denmark), aim to stay there longer than he did in Getafe. He want to get into the Champions League, the groupstage in UEFA Cup and be succesful in the russian cup and he wants to learn russian, so he might stay there for longer. If he is succesful and fulfill he's goal, he will for sure get a contract extension and want to stay, to coach them in the Champions League.
Good luck to Laudrup and Spartak! =)
Oh, and it looks like, you'll probably get Andreas Laudrup for your youth system as well, as they're trying to buy him out of the Real Madrid youth team.
Bystrov? He's got no brains kleber, c'mon. Pavlenko's skillful but the last three are all strikers and Dzyuba and Bazhenov aren't exactly magicians with the ball.Well Pavlenko,Bystrov,Prudnikov,Dzyuba,Bazhenov.
I agree but you need to give time to the youngsters.Bystrov? He's got no brains kleber, c'mon. Pavlenko's skillful but the last three are all strikers and Dzyuba and Bazhenov aren't exactly magicians with the ball.
Titov, Tikhonov, Alenitchev, Tsymbalar, Mosto, karpin, these players wer eperfect for the kruzhestvo style. Spartak's current players are just not skillful enough.
Oh that's actually right. Spartak can't register players now, so he'll go to Lyngby in Denmark instead.I think Laudrup said that his son won't be going to Spartak, that's what I read yesterday.
Anyway, how exactly does Karpin expect Spartak to play in their old style? :howler: They don't have the players to do that.