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Ukrainian national team legend Fedetskyi explained what really happened to Milevskyi

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Artem underwent rehabilitation in a Kyiv clinic

Ukrainian national team legend Artem Fedetskyi shared his vision of the problem with Artem Milevskyi, who was undergoing rehabilitation for alcoholism in a Kyiv clinic. Fedetsky believes that Milevsky could not survive the loneliness after the end of his career, as well as the abrupt change in the rhythm of life.

After the full-scale invasion began, the former Dynamo player found himself cut off from his relatives in Belarus and left face-to-face with his problems.

"It happened that he did not have a family of his own, did not find the one. Against the backdrop of these events, he suffered a psychological and moral breakdown. The man withdrew into himself and things happened as they did," Ukrainian Football quoted Fedetskyi as saying.

Ukrainian national team legend Fedetskyi explained what really happened to Milevskyi

According to Artem, Dynamo president Ihor Surkis is ready to hire Milevskyi as a Dynamo player.

"Perhaps as a children's coach or a selector. But it all depends on Artem. If he arranges the thoughts in his head properly and moves in a positive direction, he will succeed. Let's not talk about his other nightlife. Milevskyi has a great football experience, he played at a high level, so he has something to share with the kids," Fedetskyi summed up.

Ukrainian national team legend Fedetskyi explained what really happened to Milevskyi

Earlier, a new video with Milevskyi was posted online, after which fans called on Artem's friends to save his life.

Ukrainian national team legend Fedetskyi explained what really happened to Milevskyi

Artem was hospitalized, and Dynamo president Ihor Surkis covered all the costs of his treatment. The media found out how much the ex-footballer's rehabilitation costs.

Ukrainian national team legend Fedetskyi explained what really happened to Milevskyi

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