Former Borussia player advised Zenit’s chairman 14:20

Former Moscow Torpedo and Borussia Dortmund football player Damien Le Tallec, St. He was appointed as an advisor to the chairman of the board of directors of St. Petersburg Zenit. Information about this appeared at: Telegram-St. The channel of the club from St. Petersburg.

“Zenit football club welcomes Damien Le Tallec to St. Petersburg and wishes him new professional successes together with Zenit,” the press service said in a statement. The statement was included.

The 34-year-old French footballer’s work will focus on developing partnerships with football clubs and organizations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, as well as training activities in these regions.

After 24 matches in the Russian Premier League (RPL), St. Petersburg Zenit is in first place in the ranking. Sergei Semak’s team is 4 points ahead of second-place Krasnodar with 50 points.

The St. Petersburg club will play its next match on April 24 and will compete against Rubin Kazan as part of the 21st round of the RPL, which was postponed due to the presidential elections of the Russian Federation. Meeting St. It will take place in St. Petersburg and the starting whistle will blow at 20:30 Moscow time.

Previously Ivan Novoseltsev appreciated Zenit has a 75% chance of becoming the Russian champion.

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Source: Gazeta

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