Spartak Moscow coach Massimo Carrera said that he is proud of his players after the start to the season.
He said that his team is performing well at the moment and he will be hoping that this continue for a long time.
Indeed Spartak Moscow has beaten Rubin Kazan 1-0 in their last game and this was not an easy victory. Rubin is one of their closest challengers when it comes to the title and beating them gives Spartak Moscow a great psychological advantage in the championship.
At the same time this allows them to gather some confidence ahead of their Champions League game against Maribor. Massimo Carrera said that it has always been the ambition of Spartak Moscow to perform well in Europe and he will be hoping that they could win some games in this season tournament.
He said that Spartak Moscow is in a tough group but they will be playing to their best of their abilities. He said that it is not always easy to beat them at home and they will be making full use of their home advantage for the games. Continue reading
Former Premier League side Sunderland FC have confirmed the addition of two new signings in Aiden McGeady and James Vaughan. McGeady used to feature for the Toffees but he agreed to the move.
The Republic of Ireland forward signed a three year deal. The deal is believed to be in the region of £250,000.
The player has the experience of working with the coach Simon Grayson during his loan spell at Preston last term.
“Aiden’s career speaks volume. He’s been an exceptional payer and was an outstanding performer at Preston last season,” the coach said after the deal.
McGeady started his career at Parkhead before he moved to play for Russian soccer giants Spartak Moscow. He returned to feature for Everton before his latest move. Continue reading
Russian club Spartak Moscow are set to lift their first title in 16 years after years of elusion.
They established a 10-point lead over their closest rival with the victory over Ural ahead of the tough fixture against CSKA Moscow in a city derby.
Spartak defeated FC Ural by the slimmest of margins as Luis Fernando scored in the 23rd minute. The win put Spartak’s title hopes back on track after they had slipped against Rostov. This is their first serious championship title push since 2001 but they have CSKA Moscow on their heels still. Continue reading
The head coach of Spartak Moscow Massimo Carrera has recently revealed that he rejected the managerial job was offered to him by the Premier League club Chelsea as the Italian tactician instead decided to become the permanent coach of Spartak Moscow.
“They Chelsea called me after the Euros. I was sure I could have gone to Chelsea with Conte, and I very much liked the idea, but this was something different.”
Back in 2016, Massimo Carrera was appointed as the assistant coach of Spartak Moscow but when Dmitri Alenichev opted to resign from his managerial position on August of 2016, Carrera went from being a caretaker manager to being a permanent coach.
Before Carrera became the permanent coach of Spartak Moscow, the Italian tactician had the decision to either go with Antonio Conte and take over Chelsea or stay in Russia being at the helm of Spartak Moscow. Continue reading
If rumors in the transfer market are anything to go by, then we can authoritatively tell you that Spartak Moscow has officially submitted a bid for Ghanaian sensational defender Daniel Amoh.
According to reports in Ghanaian newspaper, the Russian powerhouse tabled an official bid that would see them secure the services of the 19-year-old Ghanaian defender from his parent club Azam FC.
The defender has been a subject of transfer war between various European clubs following impressive display and breathtaking performances for his East African based club. With his magnificent displays so far, it’s easy to see why Spartak Moscow has entered the fray in a bid to acquire his services.
According to sources within AzamFC, Spartak Moscow has signified interest in the former Medeamaplayer, by tabling an unspecified bid for the center back. However, it is still unclear if Azam FC will let him go on the cheap considering he just signed with them this August. Nonetheless, with the mouth-watering deal offered by Spartak Moscow, it wouldn’t be long before the club decides to do business Continue reading
Antonio Conte took over at Chelsea in the summer and one of the surprising omissions from the backroom staff was Massimo Carrera.
The Italian was a major source of Conte’s success in the last five years.Carrera was the assistant manager to Conte when he was in charge of Juventus and the Italian national team. He was widely expected to follow suit at Chelsea, but he seemed to be left stranded in the summer. This led toCarrera’s unexpected move to Russian football with Spartak Moscow. Carrera took over a similar position with the Russian outfit and his career seemed to have come to a grinding halt.
Now, though,Carrerais not considered as one of the best managers in Russian football after managing to get Spartak Moscow – a mid-table outfit in the league that consists of heavy hitters like Zenit St Petersburg and CSKA Moscow – to the top of the table with some incredible results.Carrera has managed to get the club playing an attractive style of football which has also produced results. Continue reading