Vyacheslav Grozny: "Koval is sure to become the main goalkeeper of "Dynamo"

15 August 2014 15:54  1476646 077545
Vyacheslav Grozny: "Koval is sure to become the main goalkeeper of "Dynamo"

The head coach of Uzhgorod "Goverla" Vyacheslav Grozny noted the high level of professionalism of his team goalkeeper Maxim Koval, loaned for the current season from Kyiv "Dynamo". In addition, the coach of the Uzhgorod team assessed the prospects of attracting another young Dynamo player - midfielder Vitaliy Bujalsky - to the ranks of "Goverla".

"Maxim is an example for many players. I know that none of the players, who have played for different national teams, would have come to train with their club after matches on the national level. At best, they would have said that they would come for the next match. But Koval immediately after a friendly match for the U-21 team, having landed in Lviv, took a taxi and arrived in Uzhgorod. Seeing this attitude, we even slightly shifted the beginning of the training so that he would come on time. 

Such people always invoke respect. It is evident that he worries about the team and acts in its interests. I am sure that with this level of professionalism, Koval will definitely become the main goalkeeper of the "Dynamo" and the national team of Ukraine. 

As for the possible loan of Bujalsky, I addressed this question to the management of "Dynamo" - it would be good both for us and for their team. At the same time, I understand the position of "Dynamo" - the situation with foreign players in Kyiv team is not entirely clear. Among other things, there are many injured players in "Dynamo".

If all goes well, I'm sure the head coach and the president will give Vitaliy to "Goverla." We have agreed that if Bujalsky is loaned, he will go only to the Uzhgorod team", - the "SE in Ukraine" quotes Grozny.

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