Alexander Zhulin said he was ready to take Roman Kostomarov to work in his group in any form.
“When it was all over, he (Kostomarov) called me and said he could handle it. I really liked it. I told him that if he wanted to, I would take it 100 % as a coach or anyone else in any capacity,” Zhulin said in an interview with RIA News.
The coach also noted that he hopes Kostomarov still appears on the ice in skates.
Roman Kostomarov continues his recovery from limb amputations. Earlier it was reported that working with a psychologist does not help the skater.
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