Ex-Bundesliga professional Andriy Voronin has ruled out a return to Hertha BSC as assistant coach to head coach Sandro Schwarz for the time being. “Hertha and Berlin will always remain in my heart. I was already congratulated on my return, but that was premature. Maybe I’ll return one day, but not now,” said the 42-year-old im table football-Interview.
The Ukrainian and ex-Hertha player was Schwarz’s assistant at Dynamo Moscow until the beginning of the war. “Assisting him was interesting. Sandro relies on cohesion, takes a lot of time for each individual player,” said Voronin. He himself hopes “to be able to work in Germany soon”.
Despite his home country’s failure to qualify for the World Cup, the former striker is “proud” of Ukraine national team. “Yes, our team played well, they deserved to win,” he commented on the unfortunate 1-0 defeat in the play-off final in Wales on Saturday and was already looking ahead: “I hope that we can prepare ourselves for the EM 2024 in Qualify Germany.”