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Football: Dzyuba May Leave Spartak
16.11.2014 10:29
Football: Dzyuba May Leave Spartak
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Spartak Moscow forward Artiom Dzyuba is poised to leave the red-and-white side soon amid the pay scandal, a source in the club told Itar-Tass.

      He may move to Lokomotiv Moscow now coached by Miodrag Bozovic. Both enjoyed effective cooperation during Dzyuba’s stint with Rostov.

      Dzyuba has been touted as an offensive leader that Russia has lacked so far. He was dropped from the lineup for the 2014 Brazil World Cup by Fabio Capello, but after a lot of critique following the national team’s dismal performance, Dzyuba got a chance.

      Dzyuba, 26, scored six goals in ten matches in Russia’s Premier League and two goals in three matches for the national team.



Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Artiom Dzyuba Spartak Moscow    

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