"Gas is shared, but only your dreams come true. They behave like kings": a loud scandal erupts in Russian football
The general director of FC Irkutsk, Roman Gorodnichev, has accused the Gazprom state corporation of segregating the population of the terrorist state. The head of the second league club ridiculed the slogan "Dreams come true," adding that this happens only to the company's shareholders who use natural resources in their own interests.
Gorodnichev made this scandalous statement in an interview with Sports.ru. The football official noted that Gazprom spends millions of dollars on sponsoring clubs outside Russia, while the company is not interested in the development of sports in Russia. The only exception is Zenit, whose representatives behave "like kings" when they visit the regions.
"Gazprom is allocating a lot of money to be the title holder at the Beşiktaş Stadium. I understand that they have their own interests, but you will allocate at least 20 million rubles for each club in the second league. In fact, it's a common gas, and only your dreams come true. And then, when Zenit-2 arrives, they behave like kings: "Do you have a proper store here? What are you doing? We are the same people, we are not a separate part of Russia. "Listen, come to your senses," I say. This is the truth of life," Gordnichev said.
Earlier, former Akron coach Yevgeny Kaleshin criticized the way Russian football is being "deliberately destroyed," just like "education and the army." After that, he was quickly "processed" and within a few weeks he traveled to the occupied regions of Ukraine, repeating the Kremlin's propaganda narratives about alleged attempts to destroy Russians.
As OBOZ.UA previously reported, UEFA President Alexander Čeferin has expressed admiration for Olympic champion Pavel Kolobkov's desire to return Russians to tournaments.