Milevskyi could not be hospitalized: Selezniov spoke about the situation with the ex-Dynamo player
Former Shakhtar Donetsk and Dnipro footballer Yevhen Selezniov expressed his readiness to help former Dynamo player Artem Milevskyi, whose condition shocked the fans. Moreover, the Minsk native was supposed to be sent for treatment, but he did not respond to his friends' calls.
Selezniov spoke about this in an interview with sport-express.ua. The former Ukraine striker admitted that he is worried about Milevskyi, like all of Artem's friends, and is constantly trying to keep in touch with his friend.
"I'm always in touch with him and I'm ready to cover all the costs of helping him. I called him and said, 'Listen, let me help you. I understand what it's like.' I love Artem very much, he is a wonderful and kind guy. I am always there for him and he knows my phone number. I can't just come to him and handcuff him. I need his wish. I am not the only one who wants to help Artem. Today, the guys and I were supposed to take him to the hospital, but he won't pick up the phone. What can I do in this situation? Artem has veered off the road a little bit, and everyone should come together to help him," Selezniov said.
Earlier, Milevskyi reacted to the war in Ukraine and sent the Russian occupiers to the direction of their warship, saying that our country would stand to the end.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Ukrainian journalist Roman Bebekh said that Milevskyi was having a hard time with the end of his career and loneliness. On March 3 last year, Milevskyi posted a video with tears in his eyes from a parking lot in the capital, showing how he was hiding from the war in Ukraine.