Ukrainian Premier League runners-up FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk have moved to fill the void left by Juande Ramos's departure after Myron Markevych agreed a three-year deal.
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Myron Markevych has been unveiled as FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk's new coach, the former Ukraine boss filling the void left by Juande Ramos's departure.
Ramos left after opting against signing new terms despite leading the side to second in the Ukrainian Premier League this season, Dnipro's best ever finish, and earning a debut in UEFA Champions League qualifying.
The club have moved quickly to fill the void, with Markevych, 63, agreeing a three-season deal. Markevych made his name at FC Metalist Kharkiv with an eight-and-a-half-year spell that ended in February. He combined the job with a role of Ukraine national-team coach in 2010 before stepping aside to focus on duties at Metalist, whom he guided to second spot in 2013.