Aleksandr Andrievski is fired as head coach of Dinamo-Minsk

Aleksandr Andrievski is fired as head coach of Dinamo-Minsk

25 Nov 2013 | Irina Goroshko

Aleksandr Andrievski isn't head coach of KHL Dinamo Minsk anymore. He was fired after the match Dinamo Minsk – Salavat Yulayev (1:4).


New head coach of Dinamo Minsk is Lubomir Pokovic who worked as an assistant coach. Andievski is going to work as an assistant coach with Pokovich.

The unsatisfactory performance of the core team and the failure of tasks set by the Supervisory Board are the reasons of resignation of Alexander Andrievski as a head coach of the team.

"Bisons" spent 28 matches this season with Andrievski as a head coach, Dinamo scored 24 points during that time with a 51-88 goal difference.

Aleksandr Andrievski was the 7th head coach in club history. He worked as a head coach for 1 year 6 month and 23 days. 

Lubomir Pokovic is not going to make any major changes in the team. He stated this in an interview immediately after taking office. According to him, Dinamo has a clear system to work, and the team only lacked luck.

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