Former Russian national football team manager Guus Hiddink paid a visit to the Russian team’s open training session in Novogorsk, Moscow Region on Thursday. The Dutch manager, who coached the Russian team from 2006 to 2010, gave a short speech which the current Russian manager Stanislav Cherchesov translated to the players. Goalkeeper Andrey Lyunev and fullback Mario Fernandes discussed the... Еще upcoming clash against Spain after the training. Lyunev believes Russia can beat Spain, however he said for that to happen the players must “fully implement the plans provided by the coach. I think that’s the only way.” “If this happened to Germany, if Argentina has such difficulties, then we can play with any team. Though we respect our opponent, we expect to win,” Fernandes added.Russia and Spain take on at Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium on July 1.