Fenerbahcelost 2-1 to UEFA Europa League Accusing his opponents of playing hard after the Group B match Dynamo Kyiv While his coach Mircea Lucescu continued to make excuses for failure, this attitude of the Romanian coach began to see reactions in Ukraine. After the match at Ülker Stadium, “Fenerbahce played hard. One of my players was hospitalized. Lucescu said, “My goalkeeper injured his knee,” and criticized Fenerbahçe in a statement to the Romanian media. The experienced coach said, “This was not football. European-level teams don’t play like that. Fenerbahce broke many rules of the game. They showed extreme aggression. Fenerbahce match one bull It was like wrestling,” he said. Former Ukrainian National Team coach Myron Markevych pointed out that Dynamo Kiev lost their last 3 official matches and said that Lucescu was responsible for this table.
MARKEVYCH: FAILURE IS THE WORK OF LUCESCU
“Dynamo Kyiv is a team in decline. Pity, they shouldn’t be this bad. I don’t know what’s going on there, but I think the change should primarily be at the management level. Dynamo Kyiv is the national pride of Ukraine. They were humiliated by Fenerbahçe, a recently formed team. I don’t know what the players are thinking, maybe they are considering a transfer. I look at Luciscu; You are 77 years old, what do you want to do? You want to get rid of yourself in the cabin? “I don’t know if they can beat a veteran team with this game,” he said.
KIEVLERS STEAL 30 MINUTES FROM THE MATCH
The football practiced by Dynamo Kiev against Fenerbahce, aimed at ‘stealing time’, also attracted the attention of the European media. The Athletic calculated that the players of the Ukrainian team stopped the game for 29 minutes and 38 seconds in the 90-minute match for various reasons.
DEREAĞZI IS OPEN TO ATHLETES ONLY
Fenerbahçe Club announced that no one other than athletes and technical team will be admitted to the Lefter Küçükandonyadis Facilities in Dereağzı as of September 19th. The parents of the athletes who are trained in the infrastructure of the club and sports schools will not be able to enter the facilities.