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Mykhaylo Fomenko (Ukrainian: Михайло Іванович Фоменко; born 19 September 1948) is current head coach of Ukraine's national football team1 and a former Ukrainian footballer who capped 24 times for the USSR.1 He then became one of the most popular coaches in Ukraine. He is famous for his coaching in FC Metalist Kharkiv, returning the team to the European qualifications.1
Fomenko was an integral part of Dynamo Kyiv’s achievements in the 1970s at the club level, which included hoisting the 1975 Winners Cup and Super Cup.1
Starting in 1979 Fomenko has coached numerous Ukrainian clubs, most notably Metalist Kharkiv, returning the team to the European football in the early 2000s.1 On 26 December 2012 Fomenko was given a one-year contract with a possible second-year extension as head coach of Ukraine's national football team.1 After the Football Federation of Ukraine had failed to contract Harry Redknapp and Sven-Göran Eriksson for that position.1
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