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MOSCOW, July 21. /TASS/. Russian national football team’s ex-Head Coach Leonid Slutsky said on Thursday he was ready to give advice for his future successor if it was necessary.
"If the new coach thinks it is necessary to talk more about the team and be consulted than I will be ready and open for it," Slutsky told journalists after the Technical Commission of the Russian Football Union (RFU) held its session on Thursday in Moscow. "Of course I will be ready and open if it is his initiative."
The RFU Technical Committee issued a recommendation to appoint a national expert for the post of the Russian football team’s next head coach.
The Executive Committee of the Russian governing body of football is scheduled to meet for its session in Moscow on Saturday, July 23, to discuss among other issues the candidacy for the post of the national team’s new head coach.