"They shout that Russia owes something. This is nonsense": the world champion from Russia insulted a world sports legend because of his support for Ukraine
The former head coach of the Russian national team, Vladimir Plushchev, has spoken insultingly of legendary hockey player Dominik Hasek because of his support for Ukraine. The 2002 World Youth Championship champion called the two-time Stanley Cup winner a sick person who allegedly criticizes Russia for no reason.
Plyushchev said this in an interview with the propaganda channel Match TV. The Russian coach, who fiercely supports the murder of Ukrainians and the imperialist ambitions of Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin, accused Hasek of being ungrateful to Russia.
"Hasek has a chronic mental exacerbation, he is completely inadequate. He doesn't just say something all the time, he talks about a topic that is on everyone's tongue. Former spermatozoa that were conceived after the Great Patriotic War are now jumping around and shouting that Russia owes something. To whom do we owe what? This is bullshit. Gashek is from the same party. I feel sorry for him as a human being. He wants to look even more sh*tty on a pile of sh*t than anyone else," Plyushchev said.
Earlier, Hasek said that Russians have no right to play in international tournaments "until they leave Ukraine and put Putin on trial." For this, CSKA's honorary president Boris Mikhailov attacked the Czech with insults.
It is worth noting that Gashek 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."
As OBOZ.UA previously reported, Dominik Hasek was accused of hypocrisy after taking part in the opening ceremony of a National Hockey League match. In response, the former goalkeeper apologized for this step and called it a mistake.