Moscow, January 12 – The former footballer of the capital’s “Spartak”, “Moscow” and “Dynamo” Alexey Rybko became a member of the coaching staff of the “Vakil” team, reports the official Telegram channel of the Voronezh club of the Russian Premier League (RPL).
Rybko became the assistant head coach of the team, Dmitry Pyatbratov. Previously, the 36-year-old specialist, who ended his football career in 2018, was the head coach of the Moscow Lokomotiv Academy, and also worked at the Strogino football school of the capital.
Rybko, a graduate of Spartak, made his football debut in 2002 with the Red Whites at the age of 16. In 2007 he left Spartak, after which he played for Rubin Kazan, Moscow, Dynamo, Rostov-Tom, Amkar Perm, Lush-Energy Vladivostok, Ararat Moscow and Volgograd “Rotor”. Rybko has three matches for the Russian national team.
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