Ramenskoye Saturn Welcomes Roman Shirokov as New Director
Moscow, March 6 – Three-time Russian football champion Roman Shirokov has been appointed manager of Ramenskoye Saturn, according to the second-league club’s official website.
It is noteworthy that Konstantin Klimov, who previously held the position of director of the club, will continue to work in the Saturn structure.
“I haven’t spoken to the team and the coaches yet. There were no reasons, but now, if possible, I will travel to the training camp. The team has two very interesting matches on the 11th and 15th. The question is whether there is an opportunity (to travel), because the financial problem is not The latter. We will also solve it, some partnerships will be formalized. Work in this direction is already underway. “
Shirokov is 41 years old, and in addition to the Russian Championship, he won the UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup, Russian Cup and twice the Russian Super Cup as part of St. Petersburg Zenit. He also played for CSKA, Krasnodar, Vidnoye, Khimki, Spartak and Saturn. As part of the Russian national team, he became the bronze medalist of the 2008 European Championship. At the end of his football career, Shirokov held the position of sports director of Dynamo Moscow.
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