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"We need to tear them all apart": ex-Georgian footballer supports Russia

Oleksandr ChekanovNews
Janashia supports Russia

Former Lokomotiv striker Zaza Janashia has criticized the European Football Union (UEFA) and the International Football Federation (FIFA) for banning Russian teams from their tournaments. The former Georgian national team player added that the representatives of the aggressor country should "tear everyone apart" upon their return to the competition.

Janashia said this in an interview with Championship.com. He reiterated the traditional narratives of Kremlin propaganda about the impossibility of politicizing sports and expressed confidence that the Russians would return to international tournaments within the next 12 months at the latest.

''We need to tear them all apart'': ex-Georgian footballer supports Russia
Russia has been isolated from world football.

"It's a pity that Russian teams are not playing in international competitions now. But eventually, everything will return, and Russia must be ready for it. We need to break in and tear everyone up. When will Russia return? In six months. A year at the most. This is a sport! What does politics have to do with it?" said Janashia.

Earlier, former Russian national football player Konstantin Zyryanov expressed confidence that athletes from the aggressor country would be begged to compete in international competitions after everything "ends with our victory."

''We need to tear them all apart'': ex-Georgian footballer supports Russia

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, former Spartak Moscow, Lokomotiv Moscow, and Krasnodar striker Ari expressed an absurd opinion about the inferiority of international football without Russian teams.

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