The goalkeeper of Bukovina will continue to play in the Canadian FC Vorkuta
Former “Bukovinian” goalkeeper Oleksandr Musienko will play in the Canadian Football League for FC Vorkuta (Toronto). Representatives of Vorkuta have already announced the arrival of Musienko to Canada on their Facebook page.
Recall that FC Vorkuta is already a puppet of Bukovin football – experienced Oleg Kerch and striker Alexander Lakusta.
Oleksandr Musienko defended the colors of Chernivtsi “Bukovina” in 2011-2012, 2015 (41 match). In the career of the 30-year-old goalkeeper there were also Borisfen (Boryspil), Stal (Dniprodzerzhinsk, now Kamyansk), Prykarpattya (Ivano-Frankivsk), FC Lviv, Chernomorets (Odesa), “Metallurg” (Donetsk), “Obolon-Brovary” (Kiev), “Niva” (Ternopil). Last season Musienko spent in the team of the first national league of FC “Poltava”.
For the first season in the Canadian League FC Vorkuta, for which many Ukrainian players stand, they won the championship title.
We talked about the success of the team with FC Vorkuta general manager Denis Yanchuk. Denis is a native of Khmelnytsky, who defended the colors of Podillya, and has lived in Canada since 2010.
Club of Russian immigrants will perform in the higher league.
Oleg Lutkov, a well-known Ukrainian specialist, former mentor of Zaporizhzhya Metallurg and Kryvbas, continue his coaching career in Canada. The 50-year-old coach has headed the FC Vorkuta team.