Legia Warsaw Face Tuesday at home with Dynamo Kyiv at “match For peace. ” Aleksandar Vukovic’s players lost 1: 3. This time, during the match, the most ardent fans of the capital team, who sit on the famous “Eleta”, were absent.
Igor Surkis corresponds with fans of Legia Warszawa. “It is easy to be wise on the Internet or in protests”
A few days before the match, they announced that they would not be there the stadium. They made this decision after talking to fans Dynamo Kyiv, in conflict with the owners of the club, Ihor and Hryhory Surkis, accused of pro-Russian views. Now Ihor Surkis has said what he thinks about this sympathizer’s behavior polishing a team.
– I see a little irony in this case. Unfortunately, war It did not become an opportunity for everyone to rethink their position on some issues – this is reported by the football24.ua portal.
– I’ve also heard rumors that we’ve given players permission to ditch border And we want to use them to sell thanks to sparring. it’s not like that. It released an official statement in the spring that none of the Ukrainians He added that he would not leave Dynamo.
Surkis also stressed that all income from the Legia-Dynamo game will be donated to help Ukraine. They will go to the embassy of this country in in Warsaw.
– Our only condition is that the full amount goes to help the citizens of our country. We want to support refugees, humanitarian aid and the doctors. He explained that our club does not want a penny.
“I keep hearing Syrians are rapists, bad leaders, and other epithets.” The only thing I can say is: buy stock, become a co-owner and join the board of directors. Ironically, there is no queue. He concluded that it is easy to be wise online or in protests.
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