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Yarmolenko said goodbye with “Dinamo”

Ярмоленко попрощался с «Динамо»Ukrainian midfielder Andriy Yarmolenko on his page on “Instagram” published a farewell message to Kiev “Dynamo”.

Monday Yarmolenko for € 25 million moved from the “Dynamo” in Dortmund. For residents selling long-time leader became the largest in the history of the club.

“Friends, it’s time to say farewell to “Dynamo” – home club, which became my second home, which had an enormous impact on my formation as an athlete and person.

I want to Express my gratitude to the President Igor Surkis for a truly fatherly attitude. I want to thank all the coaches, teammates, administrative headquarters, medical corps, employee base, all with which side-by-side we worked for all these years. You have become my second family.

And I very clearly understand that all my career UPS would not have been possible without your work, without your input. Special thanks to the fans “Dynamo”. For support and for criticism. You were never allowed to be arrogant and always motivated to achieve new goals. You are the best! I have always been the most honest in the relationship with you.

I’ve always done everything in my power to bring benefit and success of Dynamo. It was my childhood dream to play for Dynamo, and over time is a huge honour to wear the blue and white color with the letter “D” on the chest. And no matter where I was, Dynamo and all that it involves, will always remain in my heart! Thanks for everything,” wrote Yarmolenko.

Yarmolenko played “Dynamo” from July 2008. In all competitions, the St. Petersburg native has played 339 matches in which he scored 137 goals and gave up 89 assists.

Debut in Borussia Dortmund Andriy Yarmolenko on the ninth of September in the third round of the Bundesliga against SC Freiburg.

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