Fabrizio Ravanelli is the new Coach of Ukrainian club side FC Arsenal Kyiv. “I want to bring attacking football and play 4-3-3.”
The former Juventus, Middlesbrough and Italy striker was greeted at the Boryspil International Airport and spoke to Tribuna.com.
“I want to bring my ideas and that means attacking football, like the sides I used to play in,” said ‘White Feather.’
“I prefer to play 4-3-3, where I had my best results on the field and I hope it’ll continue to do well for me as I sit on the bench too.”
Ravanelli had only two management jobs, in the Juve youth academy in 2011-13 and at French club Ajaccio for 12 games in 2013.
“My wife wasn’t very happy with this, but she knows how important it is for me. My three children understood it too.
“This is a strong tournament with two massive sides, Shakhtar Donetsk and Dinamo Kiev. Ukrainian football fascinates me, as it is very physical and requires a fighting spirit.”
Image via tribuna.com
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