Moscow (dpa) – Above all, the consequences of the corona pandemic have prompted Domenico Tedesco not to renew his contract as coach of Russian first-division team Spartak Moscow, which expires at the end of the season.
“It is a great privilege to be a coach here. But I miss my family, especially my daughter. Corona has made everything incredibly complicated. We hardly saw each other because of the pandemic, they couldn’t visit me in Moscow.” Tedesco said.
Spartak had recently announced they would like to tie the 35-year-old longer. How it will continue after the station opens in Russia “I have not thought about my future. Until next summer, only one thing counts: Spartak Moscow. I will give full throttle here until the last day,” said Tedesco.
It was the hardest decision of his career, said the former Schalke Bundesliga coach, justifying the time of the announcement with the demand of fairness: “I didn’t want to be fooled, but play with cards open. So the club has certainty. about the planning and can take it easy. Set the course for the next season. “
Tedesco took over the post at Spartak in October 2019, leading the club to seventh place and the semi-final of the cup. Spartak is currently in the top group in the Premjer competition.