Former head coach of “Spartacus” Massimo Carrera, who now heads the Greek AEK, shared his thoughts on his departure from Moscow club.
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“It was an incredible experience for me. I remember when I came to Spartak, the situation was difficult, there was a lot of pressure. The team won the championship 16 years, fans were upset. We’ve worked hard to achieve the goal, and it was a triumph. We anchored on the top of the table from the first day of the championship. It was sad to leave “Spartacus”, because I was not allowed to finish my work, despite the fact that we were behind just one point from the team, coming in second place”, — quotes the words of Carrera “Sport-Express” with reference to Sportskeeda.
Carrera has headed “Spartak” from 2016 to 2018. Together with the team he won the championship and the Supercup of Russia.
Earlier Dmitry Khokhlov told how the Carrera was offered in his place in “Dinamo”.