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Tskhadadze: Russia and Georgia should live in peace2011-01-18 15:08
Well-known Georgian football expert Kakhaber Tskhadadze expressed his opinion on football development in Georgia and shared his attitude towards the current development of Russia-Georgia relationship.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As was underlined by Tskhadadze in his interview to Chempionat.ru, he is sure that the discrepancies between Moscow and Tskhinval will be settled in future. "Our president also says that connections with Russia are very important. I am very far from politics and I want our countries to resume their old friendly relations, even if the status is different. We should live in peace," - Tskhadadze said.
Having touched upon the topic of the current state of football in Georgia, Tskhadadze underlined that there have appeared many investors in the country who are ready to materially support this sport. "There are new people who started investing in football, and we haven't had that before. There have always been and there will always be talented boys in Georgia. They just need proper training; a sound infrastructure should be created for training the young. We've also got young ambitious coaches, and it all should yield certain result", - he thinks.
Let us remind you that within his long career, Kakhaber Tskhadadze has played as a back for Georgian, Russian, German, Swedish and English football clubs. He is a two-time Champion of Georgia, Champion of Russia and a USSR Cup holder.
As a coach, Kakhaber Tskhadadze two times brought the Tbilisi Dinamo to the title of Champions of Georgia. Presently, he is heading Inter from Baku that won the Championship of Azerbaijan under his guidance last year.