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Fomenko says Ukraine will play aggressive and attacking football

27-12-2012 13:53

New head coach of Ukraine's national football team Mykhailo Fomenko, has promised that the national team under his leadership will play aggressive and attacking football and try to win through to the World Cup in 2014.

"I'd say that the situation is very difficult, and I realize my responsibility. At the same time, it is not hopeless. I'm in no way refusing to fulfil the task that has been set. I will make every effort to ensure that the national team worthily passes the qualifying stage and gets through to the finals of the 2014 World Cup. Anyway, we will play aggressive and attacking football, trying to win every match," he said in an interview with the press service of the Football Federation of Ukraine. Ukraine has won only two points in the first three qualifiers for the upcoming World Cup in Brazil. Montenegro is on top of Group H, with ten points from four games, and England has eight points. Poland is third (five points from three games), Moldova is fourth (four points in four matches), Ukraine is fifth, with only two points, and San Marino has no points. Fomenko was elected head coach of Ukraine's national football team on December 26.