Svyatoslav called for Putin to be eliminated – Football News

Former Dynamo Kyiv goalkeeper Svyatoslav Sirota compared Russian President Putin to international terrorist bin Laden

Svyatoslav Sirota says Putin deserves maximum punishment for his crimes

Svyatoslav Sirota says Putin deserves maximum punishment for his crimes / Photo: Collage: Today

More than 20 people were killed in the barbaric bombing of a shopping center in Kremenchug. Under the rubble, rescuers are still recovering the bodies of the victims.

Former Dinamo goalkeeper Svyatoslav Sirota responded to Russia’s terrorist act. In his opinion, the crimes of the Kremlin Fuhrer will not go unpunished. The head of a terrorist state bears the punishment due for his theft.

Another horror of human-like creatures. They cannot be saved.

On September 11, 2001, after the terrorist attack on the United States, Osama bin Laden described the cause of the terrorist attack as American support for Israel, the presence of American forces in Saudi Arabia, and sanctions against Iraq. He claimed that the terrorist attack in the United States was a freedom struggle. He was eventually found in Pakistan and executed.


now mr.The main terrorist of the planet is an animal nicknamed Putin, which each time changed the reasons for the attack on Ukraine. Now he claims that he will give him back. At the same time, he simply destroys everything in Ukraine and kills people. It has neither a military nor a civilian difference.

He and everyone with him should be executed. And in the most severe way – no life sentence! Only the death penalty! No Mercy! Orphan wrote on Instagram.

We recall, from the first days of the Russian military aggression against Ukraine, that the orphan Svyatoslav stood up in defense of the Motherland. The former Dynamo goalkeeper and former head of the professional football league was injured in the front.

Svyatoslav Sirota volunteered for war

Svyatoslav Sirota volunteered for war / Photo: Collage: Today

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