The Israeli international Eden Karzev told about his first impressions of coming to Russia.
— I want to say that I really wanted to be here. When the first information that Dynamo got interested in me appeared, I immediately decided to come here. I want to play one hundred percent in Russia. I think I'm ready for this challenge.
— In what position do you prefer to play? For which clubs have you already performed?
— Last season I played at Maccabi Netanya, and before that I was at Maccabi Tel Aviv. I usually play as a defensive or central midfielder, but I got used to be a defensive midfielder.
— Where did you learn Russian?
— My mom and dad are Belarusians from Minsk. They came to Israel in 1996, and I was born there. I have an elder sister who also lives in Israel. I learned to speak Russian at home.
— Tell us about your first days in Moscow.
— I haven't been in Moscow yet. Since my arrival I've been spending all the time with the team at the base. I trained every day and waited for news. I thought it would happen faster. I am very happy and I hope to play against Spartak already. I would like to join the team! I think everything will be fine.
— What goals do you set for yourself at Dynamo?
— First I need to get to know all the players, the team and the club. After that, I will be able to set a goal and try to achieve it together with my teammates.