Sheriff’s coach after Braga game: ‘When I get to Moldova, I’ll ask to go to Ukraine’ – Europa League

Yuriy Vernydub is Ukrainian

Yuriy Vernydub, manager of Sheriff Tiraspol, is Ukrainian and naturally expressed his concern about the situation in his country, which this Thursday was invaded by Russia. “I was born in Ukraine, I live in Ukraine and I want to say a word of support to the Ukrainian people who suffered a Russian attack this morning. I am proud of the people who defend our country. When I arrive in Moldova I will ask to go to Ukraine”, said the coach after the game in Braga, where he was eliminated on penalties.


SP Braga-Sheriff, 2-0 (pen 3-2)

The sheriff already has a solution to return to Moldova, which has closed the airspace

Specifically on tonight’s game, Vernydub said his team also had good points: “I said our chances were 50/50, but we didn’t have a good first half, we conceded two goals but we found strength and Sp managed to score Unfortunately we didn’t score we had moments to score goals but that’s football and there’s always a winner and a loser.”

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