The head of the Dynamo Kyiv Academy, Oleksandr Ishchenko, spoke in an interview with Sport.ua about how he managed to cope with the consequences of the war in the old days:
“Events in the country could not pass by the work of the football school. In April last year, the leaders of the club took emergency measures to protect the players. It was decided to help the departure of players abroad. There was a general trend back then.
Thanks to good relations with the Puskas Academy and Vistula Krakow, with the active help of the Munkács Mukachevo club, we took two groups born in 2005 and 2006 to Budapest, and two more groups born in 2007 and 2008 to Kisvarda. 2010 was in Sosnowka, a suburb of Katowice in Poland.
They have been working there since May. Conditions for the training process were created. We had good sparring. We reached a good level, which allowed us to get out of a difficult situation with minimal losses.”
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