A former football star Russia joined a military brigade hooligans which is part of the invasion Ukraine. It is Andrei Solomatinof 47 yearswho represented his country in the dispute over the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup and now he is part of a brigade of ultras called Spanish which supports Vladimir Poutine in this war conflict which began more than a year ago.
Solomorninga versatile player who started his career in the early 90s and enjoyed an outstanding career at clubs like CSKA there Locomotive in Moscow, joined this battalion of radical supporters who 550 employeesincluding 100 suicide drone operators used to attack Ukraine. As reported The sunthe group is composed of hooligans clubs like CSKA, Lokomotiv oh Zenith.
The news comes when Russia he launched a desperate recruiting campaign to replace the fighters he lost on Ukrainian soil. Stanislav Orlovcommander of the so-called brigade Spanishrevealed that they added members from different teams.
“We were volunteers, then we were part of the forces of the DPR (Donetsk People’s Republic). We recently managed to get a separate status, so now we don’t belong to any battalion or division. There are a lot of fans. Throughout Russia, in fact, in different cities there are different football teams. We tell them what we need and they provide it,” he said. Orlov according to the aforementioned British media.
A few years ago, the regime of Cheese fries tried to dissolve the ultras to prevent them from ruining the organization of the FIFA World Cup 2018. Today, these groups have become a private military company with the green light to expand their recruitment and are considered heroes. Recruitment sessions took place in Moscow there Saint PETERSBOURGas well as in other cities.
And recently they were joined Andrei Solomatina player who has mainly developed his career in the country but who has also had experience in the Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma from South Korea. He was five times champion of the Russian Cupthree with the Moscow Locomotive (1996, 1997, 2000) and two with the CSKA Moscow (2001 and 2002); in addition to the Russian Premier League in the 2002/03 season.
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