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The Leningrad region will create a new football club after the dissolution of Tosno Sport

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ST PETERSBURG, June 9th. / TASS /. A new football club "Leningrad" will be created in the Leningrad region, TASS was heard in the press of the regional government. The team may contain some players in Tosno, whose management on Saturday announced that the club ended.

"A new team" Leningrad "is created in the Leningrad region, an application has already been sent to the Professional Football League," Tass learned in the press "service." The team is created from scratch, the composition of players ̵

1; it is possible that some players " Tosno "will be offered a transfer," stated the regional government.

On Saturday, Maxim Levchenko, head of Tosno Club Secretary General Fort Group, has Facebook page as a football club from the Leningrad region ceased to exist.

The football club "Tosno" was founded in 2013. During the first season, the team played in the "West" zone of the Professional Football League (PFL), where he took first place and went to the Football National League (FNL) In the 2014/15 season "Tosno" won third place in FNL and lost to "Rostov" in play-offs for the end of the Russian Football Premier League (RFPL). In the next season, the club took is seventh place and in the 2016/17 season the other became and went directly to the Premier League.

Last season, "Tosno" took 15th place in the Premier League and flew to FNL. At the end of May, the Russian Football Union (RFU) refused to issue a license to Tosno for participation in FNL next season. "Tosno" at the end of the season won the Russian Cup, defeated the Kurgan "Avant-garde" in the final, but "Tosno" could not pass the license for participation in the next Europe League draw.

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