Mar 30, 5:41 pm
Lunev stated that he advised Bayer partners to learn Russian in response to questions about Ukraine
Goalkeeper of the Russian national team Andrei Lunev said that he had no problems communicating with teammates on the German “Bayer” because of the fighting in Ukraine
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The Russian goalkeeper of German “Bayer” Andrei Lunev said in a conversation with fans in his Telegram channel that he has no problems at the club due to the situation in Ukraine, and teammates in response to podkolov on this topic advises to learn Russian.
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“It simply came to our notice then. I can assure you that even conversations on this topic were not raised. When this whole situation began, there were of course subterfuges, but I replied to everyone: “Learn Russian, gentlemen, it will come in handy,” Lunev said.
The footballer did not speak publicly about the fighting in Ukraine. But after a scandal over Facebook and Instagram (banned in Russia for extremist activities) that allowed calls for violence against the Russian military, Lunev announced his departure from Instagram for ideological reasons. The goalkeeper wrote that he is out of politics, but he has always been proud and proud of the fact that he is from Russia and loves his homeland.
Lunev joined Bayer Leverkusen in the summer of 2021 after his contract with Zenit St. Petersburg expired. At the moment, the 30-year-old goalkeeper has played only one match for the Leverkusen team.
In Russia, Lunev played, in addition to Zenit, for Ufa, Moscow’s Torpedo, Moscow’s Saturn and Kaluga. The goalkeeper has seven matches for the first national team of Russia.
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After the start of a special operation by Russian troops, FIFA and UEFA removed the Russian national team and Russian clubs from international tournaments under their auspices, as a result of which the Russian national team was excluded from the clashes for the right to play at the World Cup in Qatar.
The Russian Football Union (RFU) has challenged the verdict of FIFA and UEFA in the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), the case is currently pending.