Former Russian national team player became a "miscarriage of history" after he joined Zenit
Brazilian defender Mario Fernandes has become the target of attacks from CSKA Moscow. The former Russian national team player and participant of the 2018 World Cup moved to Zenit St. Petersburg, which became an absolute shock to the Army men's fans, whom the South American had been pleasing with his game for 10 years.
Famous CSKA fan and humorist Mikhail Grushevsky did not shy away from the Brazilian in his comments to the propaganda channel Match TV. He called him a traitor who had written himself out of the Moscow club's history by selling himself for Gazprom money to one of the capital's main rivals.
"It's no coincidence that the man couldn't learn at least a few words in Russian for more than 10 years in Russia. But his words that he was rooting hard for Zenit in the Super Cup match are a disaster. If he kept silent and avoided this diarrhea, there would still be a bit of love in the hearts of the fans for the dedication with which he played for CSKA. Alas, all bridges have been burned and Mario is now a miscarriage of history for us," Grushevsky said.
In May, Zenit St. Petersburg became Russian champions for the fifth consecutive season and saw true "love" from Russian fans. In addition, the club from the Northern capital was disgraced by the action in memory of fans who were eliminated in the war in Ukraine.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the captain of the national team of Ukraine Andriy Yarmolenko spoke out against the coach of Zenit and traitor to our country Anatoliy Tymoshchuk.