Kirill Tereshin, head of the events and marketing communications department of the Russian Football Union (RFU), congratulated the players and coaching staff of the Russian national team on the great victory against Cuba and also admitted that the song “Valera” was performed. singer Aphrodite was not devoted to the head coach of the team, Valery Karpin. His words guide the way “Match TV”.
“Aphrodite’s last song was dedicated to the Volgograd fans and their idol, Rotor legend and former midfielder of the Russian national team, Valery Esipov, who participated in pre-match events with the fans as an ambassador of the RFU. . We even brought him on stage and he bowed in the stands as a sign of respect,” said Tereshin.
The singer performed at the stadium in Volgograd immediately after the final whistle. Karpin didn’t After he finished listening to the composition, he retired to the room under the stands and later said at a press conference that it was unnecessary.
Duel Finished With a score of 8:0 in favor of Russian football players. socialbites.ca edited a text online broadcast match. The match against Cuba was the Russian team’s sixth match in 2023. Due to the suspension, the Russians are only playing friendly matches.
In the spring of 2022, the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) and the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) decided to suspend the participation of the Russian national team and all Russian clubs in all competitions controlled by these organizations.
Previously Russian national team reproached Few goals were scored after 8:0 against Cuba.
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