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Ukraine have a painful history with play-offs for major tournaments, but Serhiy Rebrov believes Mikhail Fomenko's side have the quality to surprise France in their two-legged contest for a place at the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals.
Rebrov told UEFA.com: "If Ukraine show the class of football they showed in the recent games against England or Poland, that confidence and that motivation, then it is France who should fear our team."
Rebrov was three times a play-off loser with Ukraine and saw his country miss out again this way in 2010 World Cup qualifying, yet the former FC Dynamo Kyiv striker – a member of the team that reached the Germany 2006 quarter-finals – stressed that the "modern generation" need not let their past trouble them.
"There's almost nobody left who played in those games," the 39-year-old said, adding: "Now we have a chance, we hope [...] that this play-off will be successful for us." Watch the full interview above as Rebrov, now Dynamo's reserve-team coach, relives Ukraine's previous World Cup joys and heartaches.
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