"They will pay off for everything": Zozulya did not hold back, commenting on the Russian occupiers' attack on Uman

Alexander ChekanovSport
Zozulya called out the Russians

Former Ukrainian national footballer Roman Zozulya called for the expulsion of Russians from the civilised world and called the aggressors freaks. This is how the striker of the Spanish Rayo Majadahonda reacted to the new shelling of our country and, in particular, the attack on a residential building in Uman.

Zozulya wrote about this in no uncertain terms on his Telegram channel. He stressed that representatives of a terrorist country should not be present in music, sports, cinema or politics. The athlete is confident that Russians will be legally punished for their crimes in Ukraine.


"Uman... A hit to a residential, multi-storey building. There are dead and wounded. An ordinary house where parents and children slept peacefully. Grandparents were sleeping. A direct hit. Destruction. Ruined lives and apartments. Pain and sadness. Russian nits are still going unpunished. We must not allow the bastards to be in the international arena. In sports, cinema, music and politics. Expel them, destroy them. They will pay off for everything. Each of them will feel grief," Roman wrote.


Earlier, the wife of unified world heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, Kateryna, called Russians "worse than sh*t". Recall that during a massive Russian missile attack on Ukraine on April 28, a Russian missile hit a residential high-rise building in Uman, destroying the entrance and starting a fire. As of 14:00, 15 people were reported dead. The moment of arrival was captured on video.


As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, State Duma deputy Roman Teryushkov boasted that he had written a denunciation against former Russian national footballer Yevgeny Savin for his anti-war stance.

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