The former coach of Russian national team on football Sergey Semak was the head of “Ufa”. About it reports a press-service of the club.
“Labor agreement with the 40-year-old specialist is designed for a year and a half,” – said in a statement.
Ufa occupies the eighth place in the championship of Russia, having 25 points. Place of head coach became vacant after left the post Viktor Goncharenko, who moved to CSKA.
Recently, the Semak was one of Mircea Lucescu’s assistants in St. Petersburg “Zenith”.
On 9 January, he called the names of their assistants. Earlier it was reported that an assistant Semak can be a ex-player of national team of Ukraine Anatoliy Tymoshchuk.
As a player, Semak has played for CSKA Moscow (1994-2004), PSG Paris (2005-2006), FK “Moscow” (2006-2007), Rubin Kazan (2008-2010), St. Petersburg “Zenit” (2010-2013).
A native of Lugansk region held a 65 caps for Russia, scoring four goals.