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“People in Russia are zombies, I was very disappointed with Tymoshchuk”

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The former captain of the Ukrainian national team and his country’s most capped footballer continues to be the target of much criticism.

Anatoliy Tymoshchuk, former captain of the Ukrainian national team and his country’s most capped footballer, continues to be the target of a lot of harsh criticism.

This time it was 37-year-old ex-midfielder Alexander Aliev who lamented the silence of Tymoshchuk, who currently plays assistant roles for Russian side Zenit.

“People in Russia are zombies, they are scared of everything. Putin bullies them. I was very disappointed with Tymoshchuk, I don’t even want to say his name. Everyone said he was a legend. He can express words of support [à Ucrânia]“, he began by telling” Denisov Time “.

“He understands that if he says anything he will be kicked out of there. [Zenit]. He simply has no idea how difficult these times are for the people, for the Ukrainians who supported and supported him and for the national team. For him, money is more important,” he said, adding that “Tymoshchuk screwed up,” referring to the image the Ukrainian people had of him.

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