The former head coach of “Rostov” has died

Former head coach of “Rostov” Igor Gamula died at the age of 62

The former head coach of “Rostov” Igor Gamula died at the age of 62. This was reported by the club's press service.

“Igor Vasilyevich devoted most of his life to Don football, remaining a patriot of our club,” the message says. The reasons for the death of the coach were not reported.

During his playing career, Gamula changed several clubs. He achieved the greatest success with the Rostov SKA, with which he won the USSR Cup in 1981.

Gamula worked at Rostov as a coach from 2011 to 2020. He led the youth team, and from August to December 2014 he was the mentor of the main team. In 2017, he left the post, but spent two more years at the club as a breeder.

On November 26, at the age of 96, the former head coach of Zenit Herman Zonin died. No cause of death was reported.



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