Former Russian national team player imagines broadcasts of Putin in Ukraine "in fake processing"
Former Russian national football player Andrei Solomatin, who is involved in a criminal war against Ukraine, has released another portion of crazy propaganda about the situation in our country. The 2002 World Cup participant called Ukrainians zombies and also issued a fake about the broadcasts of Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin's addresses on our TV.
Solomatin said this in an interview with the RIA Novosti news agency. The Russian champion with CSKA Moscow dreamed of a quick victory in the war against Ukraine, and also called it "the territories that belonged to us" where "everything needs to be returned to normal."
Earlier, he admired dictator Vladimir Putin, who "did not bend to these f***ers, to the West." The ex-footballer was called sick in the head online after saying that Europe was rotting. He also called for "remaking" Ukrainian children.
As OBOZ.UA previously reported, the European Football Union (UEFA) punished Lithuania for chanting about dictator Vladimir Putin by the national team's fans at the Euro 2024 qualifying match.