08. 02. 2019

RUS W: Yuri Marichev finds a new team

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Yuri Marichev has quickly found a new team to lead in the Russian women’s Super League.

 

After leaving the helm of Proton, where he spent two years, his new team is Yenisey Krasnoyarsk.

Yenisey are currently in the 6th place with an 8-7 score, while his former team has a 0-15 score.

Marichev became the coach of Proton Saratov in October 2017. He was the head coach of the Russian women’s national team (2013-2016) winning two European Championship golds (2013, 2015).

After suffering a defeat at the Olympic Games 2016, he was dismissed. Also, he worked as the head coach of the men’s team of Dinamo Moscow.

Recall that Proton's player got into a difficult situation a few days ago, since she was deported from Russia...

 

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