The reigning Hungarian champion Ferencvaros has parted ways with head coach Peter Steger.
Under the guidance of the Austrian specialist, the Fradi have 32 points after 15 rounds in the Hungarian championship and are one point behind the leading Varda, having a game in reserve.
In addition, in Group G of Europa League the team took last place with one victory and five losses to their rivals in the face of Betis, Celtic and Bayer.
Among the candidates for the post of head coach of the Hungarian club edition Blikk called head coach of Luhansk Zoria Victor Skrypnyk and mentor of the Moldovan Sheriff Yuriy Vernidub.
Luhansk Zorya under Viktor Skrypnyk twice won bronze medals in the UPL, as well as reached the final of the Ukrainian Cup.
As for Yuriy Vernidub, the Ukrainian specialist at the head of Moldovan Sheriff became the champion of the country and also led his team to the group stage of the Champions League, where he took the third place in the group with Shakhtar, Real and Inter and will continue to play in the European arena already in the Europa League.
In addition, Eusebio Di Francesco, Ronald Koeman’s ex-assistant Alfred Schroeder, Melde coach Erling Moe and former Russian national team head coach Stanislav Cherchesov claim the vacant position.
Earlier, the interest of Ferencvaros in Skrypnyk was reported by journalist Andrew Todos.