"Playing on autopilot": Moroziuk on what is really happening at Dynamo
Former Dynamo footballer Mykola Moroziuk shared information about the situation at the Kyiv club provided by the players. Moroziuk noted that it is very difficult for players to play in the current situation in the country.
In addition, Mykola recalled that Dynamo has recently lost its key players: Zabarnyi, Nikolenko, and Tsyhankov, which also affected the quality of the game.
"Very young guys are taking their places. It's all very difficult. I can't say that the game has changed dramatically, but I know a little more when players tell me as a friend about their emotional experiences and how hard it is for them," Moroziuk admitted on the FanDay YouTube channel.
The former Ukrainian national team player has no idea how hard it is to play at such a pace.
"I played a round of the UPL, flew the next day to play the Champions League, returned to the UPL round again, and then went to the national team. We were going crazy back then, but now people have been living in this rhythm for years. They say that they are playing on autopilot, there are no emotions, nothing. And that they are pretending to be something unreal," Moroziuk summarized.
Moroziuk, who works in Cyprus as a sports director for Russian blogger Yevgeny Savin's Krasava Ipsonas club, once shared his thoughts on the war. According to the former Ukrainian national team player, it will be calmer abroad than in Ukraine.