Sergey Rebrov became the first Ukrainian coach to coach the Al Ain team since the club was founded in 1968, after the management of Al Ain Football Club signed a contract with him to succeed Portuguese coach Pedro Emmanuel, at a time when the club did not reveal any details about the coach’s contract and the day before yesterday only published « A tweet” via the official account on “Twitter” welcoming the coach’s assumption of the task.
Coach Sergey Rebrov will start his career with Al-Ain from the external camp that the team is holding in a European country next August, during which time the coach will work to convey his training idea to the players in preparation for the new season, as Rebrov’s method depends on the offensive side in a purely manner at the beginning of the match and the bloc in Midfield with the involvement of three axes players after scoring goals.
During the 2017-2018 season, in which the coach took over the technical affairs in the Saudi Al-Ahly club, he was able to transform the team into an offensive, scoring goals and deciding matches in the Saudi League since the first half, as his players scored 17 goals (out of 59 goals throughout the season) before half of the season passed. The first hour of matches, the team finished the league season in summer with 55 points, one point ahead of Al Hilal.
The years in which Sergey Rebrov was a player in both the attack and the advanced midfield helped him to develop his training idea, which he continued to pass on to the players he trains. The coach loves the 4-2-3-1 plan with the need for strong players in the center of the axis to give the team a balance between attack and defense. This is the method that he relied on with Al-Ahly of Saudi Arabia at the beginning of the matches, while adding a third pivot player during the course of the meeting if his team was ahead at the end of the first half.
In terms of his sports career as a footballer, the newcomer has a distinguished record as a footballer who made his star with the clubs Dynamo Kiev, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United in the English Premier League, and on the professional side he has a great record as a coach, as he won the Ukrainian League title twice with Dynamo Kiev, and led Fransvaros to win The Hungarian League title before he resigned from his training and contracted with Al Ain Club.
On a personal level, the new Al Ain coach loves the hobby of communicating using wireless radios, a hobby that is widespread in the world, and the number of its practitioners is about five million practitioners, and there is currently the Radio Amateurs Association (EARS) in the UAE that cares for practitioners of this hobby.
The official website of the association indicates that the number of members is approximately 1,500, and it is an association that receives support from the Ministry of Community Development under Ministerial Resolution No. (66), and it started with about 30 members. The association provides courses, workshops and awareness programs to promote interest in and experimentation with amateur radio communications and to advance the art of wireless.
The management of Al Ain Club Company is seeking to resolve the remaining files by contracting with foreign players and citizens after closing the coach’s file, as the team finished three seasons without being crowned with any title and came out last season from all competitions from the first round, while it ranked sixth at the end of the league and lost the opportunity to participate in the next edition. from the AFC Champions League for the first time in nine years.
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