Serhiy Rebrov, coach of Dynamo Kiev, determined to bring happiness to the fans Dynamo Kiev. One way is to qualify for the quarterfinal round of the Europa League this season. For that they should kick in Everton’s first game on Friday (03/20/2015) morning. “This game will make us united fans who came to the stadium, or who watched on TV and radio. They have always supported us, so this time we will make them happy,” said Rebrov.
Dynamo only need a 1-0 win to advance to the next round, thanks to goals from Andriy Yarmolenko at Goodison Park. Only Everton only needed a draw for the next round. Even though the Everton manager, Roberto Martinez, has said it will not play football last, but it was likely he would be doing it to keep the victory is gained in the first leg. This is the concern Rebrov and Dynamo squad.
“Nothing else, we have to win. It seems Everton are not too good in the domestic league, so maybe we get bus more easily,” said Yarmolenko. For this important game Dynamo will be without Younes Belhanda who earn a red card in the previous game. His position will be filled Sergiy Sydorchuk, which is actually quite dubious because it is still not too fit.
Dynamo advantage is the game takes place in Olimpijs’kyj Stadium, Kiev, so there is a “12th man” that is the fans. 5-0 wins over Illichivets’ in the same stadium shows that the Dynamo will not be short of support at home. Support for Dynamo also come from Andriy Shevchenko, who played in the club at the beginning of his career as a professional footballer. The former AC Milan and Chelsea is confident Dynamo can obtain victory later in the morning.