Ukrainian newcomer Dinamo Moscow told about the hatred in social networks


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Ukrainian defender of the Moscow “Dynamo” Ivan Ordets told about the reaction of fans on his move to the Russian club. The word athlete leads Sport24.

Ordets admitted that the first week after transition in “the Dynamo” did not even read comments on your Instagram. “Later, I began to flip through the comments and seen the pictures of those who leaves them. There’s also the most — teenagers! Life is not lived for 12-15 years. Parents don’t even know what their children write adults. Education bad,” said 27-year-old defender.

Among the reasons for moving to the Russian Premier League (RPL) Ordets cited the low attendance of matches of the championship of Ukraine. “I played in a League where the matches go on for three or four thousand. Matches Of Shakhtar! Well, how so? It is clear that in a country at war, money no one has, but still,” said the player.

This summer Ordets was replaced by Shakhtar Donetsk at Dynamo Moscow. The defender is a graduate of Shakhtar and debuted for the senior team in 2009. Until 2018 Ordets was called to the national team of Ukraine.

Ukrainians have not yet debuted in the “Dynamo”. In the first five rounds of RPL Ordets was on the bench for the blue and white. The command takes the 11th place in the standings.

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