Former midfielder and football coach Andrey Kanchelskis said that at the moment Spartak will not be champions in the Russian championship. For this, the Moscow team does not have a number of advantages.
Nedonastroy, unequivocally, said Kanchelskis, Spartak lacks the spirit, energy, and motivation to win. Perhaps this is due to the difference in the quality of real and artificial pitches, because the former definitely wins and you can feel it in the game, quotes the former sports.ru football player.
But this is not the main problem of the Moscow club, it is the wrong choice of players and the lack of a stable game. These two factors, which will not allow the “red-whites” to become champions in the Russian Premier League, Kanchelskis summed up that they will not be able to reach the “Zenith” level.
Now Spartak’s main priority should be second place where they are. They need to keep the second place as active as possible and not allow matches such as their match against Orenburg on 18 March. The interlocutor of Sports.ru concluded, first of all, that the “Zenith” “red-whites” will definitely not be kicked out in the near future, but they can remain among the leaders.
Spartak is in second place in the RPL ranking. He has 40 points. Zenit is leading the league with 48 points. The last match of the Moscow club took place on March 18 with Orenburg. The match ended in favor of 0:2. Orenburg is in 6th place with 31 points.
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