Traitor Tymoshchuk sues Ukraine in CAS
Former player of Shakhtar Donetsk, Bayern Munich, and now one of the coaches of Zenit St. Petersburg Anatoliy Tymoshchuk has filed a lawsuit against the Ukrainian Football Association (UAF). The traitor to our country, who tacitly supports the war, is trying to challenge the deprivation of all titles, awards, and the opportunity to work in the sport.
This is stated in a statement on the UAF official website. In particular, it is known that Tymoshchuk appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne (CAS), demanding that any sanctions be lifted. Assistant coach of Zenit Serhiy Semak has previously appealed the UAF's decision to the organization's Appeals Committee, which completely dismissed the complaint against the Russian terrorist regime's accomplice.
Shortly before that, Tymoshchuk shyly avoided answering the question about the deprivation of all his titles and awards. "I will not answer this question," the former footballer said.
It should be reminded that Anatoliy refused to condemn Russia for the attack on Ukraine and only managed to squeeze out a small Instagram story in which he simply called for peace.
In turn, Ukrainian soldiers wiped their feet on Anatoliy's T-shirt. And on Tymoshchuk's birthday, the Lutsk City Council deprived the former Ukrainian national team player of the title of "Honorary Citizen of the City."
Later, it was reported that Tymoshchuk is trying to obtain a Romanian passport. The Zenit coach is trying to circumvent the sanctions imposed on him by the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC).
In addition, it was reported online that the traitor to Ukraine was recruited by the Federal Security Service (FSB), which is the reason for his silence on the war.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Russian fans called Anatoliy Tymoshchuk a Judas, reminding him of his betrayal of Ukraine.