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Football: Russian side Ural demands money back from Belarusian coach

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FC Ural is planning to lodge a complaint about Belarusian coach Vadzim Skypchanka to the Russian Football Union, Ural CEO Yegor Ivanov told Sport-Express.

The club wants to get three monthly pays back from Skypchanka. The coach left Ural after an utter defeat. Skrypchanka said that he was tired and wanted a break. However, he signed a contract with FC Krylia Sovetov a few days later.

Skrypchanka has to pay a penalty for cancelling the contract before January 9 but he has not done it so far. The club has decided to lodge a complaint about his actions to the Russian Football Union. “Should we gift him the money? He told us one thing and did another. He was conducting negotiations behind our backs and joined Krylya Sovetov… We are all adults and we understand everything,” Ivanov expressed his indignation.

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