"The army is falling apart": Russian soccer coach whined after lost match
The head coach of FC Akron, Yevhen Kaleshyn, criticized the structure of Russian football, which is being "deliberately destroyed", just like "education and the army". According to him, corruption is rampant in the aggressor country, and various rules are being violated, leading to clowning around.
Kaleshyn made the statement after the Russian Premier League match against Volgar, in which his team lost 0-1, volga.news reports. He added that everyone in Russian football understands what is really happening, but no one intends to change anything.
"When you've been in football for a long time, you realize what's going on. Unfortunately, the system of football in Russia is such that it is impossible to leave openly. To break this system, you have to break it from the inside. Years go by, and we hear fairy tales about the development of football..." Watch the match, watch the work, and you will understand what kind of football we have. Football is degrading. It seems to be deliberately destroyed. Just as education and the army are being destroyed in Russia, so is sports. Limits are being set at crazy levels, all this clowning around," Kaleshyn said.
Ukraine's national team captain Andrii Yarmolenko advised Russian athletes to agitate the Russian army to surrender to the Ukrainian army.
As OBOZ.UA previously reported, the legendary football player of the Russian national team and CSKA Moscow Vasili Berezutskyi fled the aggressor country to Spain.