On Sunday, Russian club Rostov-Don won the Russian Premier League with only Russian players in the team when they beat rivals CSKA Moscow.
After the match, the team’s big star Julia Managarova (33) attacked her former teammates who chose to leave the club when Russia invaded Ukraine.
All of the team’s foreign players, as well as Swedish coach Per Johansson, had the opportunity to terminate their contract with the club and leave the country earlier this spring.
Johansson, France’s Grace Zade, Brazil’s Eduarda Amorim, Ukraine’s Victoria Porcenko and Sweden’s Anna Lagerquist all chose to leave the club.
that it Swedish Aftonbladet Who mentioned the case for the first time.
On the Instagram application, the star player, who played for the Ukrainian national team until 2014, chose to harass those who left the country earlier this spring.
– Thank you everyone, I wrote and branded the players and attached the Russian flag.
– No comment
Managarova closed the profile on instagram but Aftonbladet has gained access To the stories you’ve posted on Instagram.
In a new story she wrote the following:
– Once again: Thanks everyone. traitors.
In the photo, she again marked Johansson, Lagerquist and the others. I also published another picture in which I wrote that the club would have lost the battle for the gold in the league if the Swedish coach had stayed at the club.
As for Aftonbladet, the two Swedes said they saw no reason to comment on the scheme.
– I have no comment. She has to stand up for it. Johansson says I’m happy they won the gold.
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