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 Posted by ESPN Staff
May 14, 2012

Spartak move for Emery

Spartak Moscow owner Leonid Fedun claims to have lined up Unai Emery as the club's new coach, to take over from former-international Valery Karpin.

Emery has already announced he will be leaving Valencia over the summer and Fedun is confident the Spaniard is Moscow-bound.

Fedun said: "We'll have a new coach next season, that will be Unai Emery. Valery Karpin has built the basis of the team but we need new coaching solutions."

Karpin had guided Spartak to a second-place finish in the Russian Premier League on Sunday and a spot in next season's Champions League.

Emery has struggled to win over the supporters at Valencia in his four-year spell at the Mestalla. However, he leaves with a good record despite the club's financial problems which have clouded his tenure.

Los Che came sixth in 2009 - his first season in charge, and followed that up with three successive third-place finishes. Karpin is expected to remain at Spartak as general director.

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