Release Date: Sunday, April 10, 2022, 12:45 p.m.
Updated: Sunday, April 10, 2022, 12:47 p.m.
Lech Poznan – Legia Warsaw 1-1 At the Polish Championship on Saturday, Ultras gave guests the opportunity to display a large banner hanging from Vladimir Putin’s rope.
In addition to protesting against Russia’s occupation of Ukraine, Warsaw fans waged war with Bosnan, who doubles with Spartak Moscow, who was expelled from the Europa League after dictator Putin’s attack.
In fact, the Russian leader was mentioned on the banner wearing a Spartak shirt.
Nieznani Sprawcy Group: “The Surkis brothers are pro-Russian, money does not have to go to their accounts!”
A few days ago, the Ultras of the Brigade announced Ignore the charity that befriends Dinamo Kyiv.
“According to verified sources and information provided by Dinamo Kyiv’s supporters, the club’s owners, the Surkis brothers, have always collaborated with pro – Russian and Russian politicians and campaigners. Gregory was a member of a pro – Russian political party banned in Ukraine.
In this situation we decided not to participate in this competition. We request the Legion leaders not to transfer any money to the accounts of the Surkis brothers, as the sums received will only be transferred to a verified, reliable account.Nieznani wrote Sprawcy’s Ultras on their Facebook page.
Lech Poznań – Warsaw Legia #LPOLEG Corpse # Ultras Go # Legal To create #Difo In the parking lot, representative # Putin Spartak hanging out with the Moscow jersey, referring to Lex Bosnan’s ultras, are friends with them. #Spartac #legiawarszawa # Warsaw #nieznanisprawcy # Laws pic.twitter.com/75EZtwUiQw
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