"Idiot. Insane": Russian Olympic champion hurled insults at sports legend for supporting Ukraine
The current president of CSKA, Boris Mikhailov, has lashed out at legendary goalkeeper Dominik Hasek, who has sharply put the Russians in their place over the war in Ukraine. The two-time Olympic champion called the former Czech hockey player an idiot who allegedly does not understand anything about what is happening.
Mikhailov said this in a comment to the Sport24 portal. The Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin's henchman, who holds the rank of colonel in the Russian army, criticized Hasek with the usual contempt for representatives of the aggressor country.
"I don't even read the comments of this lunatic. Why comment on an idiot? Honestly, I don't want to... He must have been hit in the head a lot with the puck if he makes such statements," Mikhailov said.
It is worth noting that the Czech has been a vocal supporter of Ukraine. After a trip to Kyiv and Kharkiv last summer, he recorded a video message to Ukrainians, wishing them to "drive the Russian sh*t away." He also put Russian Vyacheslav Fetisov in his place, who demanded that Hasek should return all the money he earned at Spartak to Russia.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Olympic hockey champion Alexander Yakushev has told a bunch of lies about Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin, who has made Russia "a leader in all respects."