"Let's go back to Europe": the famous former Russian national footballer and World Cup participant is fighting against Ukraine
Former Russian national footballer Andrey Solomatin has joined the Espanyol terrorist group, which is fighting against our country. The Russian champion with CSKA Moscow claims that he is near Bakhmut, adding that he needs to win, which will "return us to Europe".
The video was published by the Telegram channel Mash. Solomatin, who called for the "remaking" of Ukrainian children, spoke admiringly of his compatriots who kill Ukraine's defenders and civilians, and called on other footballers to join the terrorists.
"Now we are near Bakhmut. I joined the Espanyol special forces unit. I am proud of that! I thank football and Russian fanaticism for this. There are guys here who have been playing for their clubs, for you, footballers, all over the country, sometimes spending their last money on travel and tickets. Now the guys need feedback and support from you. Don't think we'll be back anywhere soon. The sooner we win here, the sooner we will return to Europe. We shouldn't be fiddling around, we should already turn to face the guys who are here," the Russian criminal said.
Earlier, Solomatin, who played 13 matches for the Russian national team, including three matches at the 2002 World Cup, admired dictator Vladimir Putin, who "did not bend to these f*gg*ts, to this West". Online, the ex-footballer was called a madman after he spoke about a decaying Europe.