[images]:The football world stands firmly with Ukraine

The football world stand with Ukraine as the war between them and Russia continues. The beautiful game we love is now used has a tool to create awareness for the bad events currently happening in Ukraine and used to speak up against the cruelty of the Russian government on the people of Ukraine.

Here are some details:

Milan and Udinese stood in silence for five minutes before kickoff to call for peace in Ukraine.
All Serie A games this weekend will observe a five-minute delay in support of Ukraine.

The Stuttgart and Hoffenheim players held up a sign that read “Stop war” and “We are against war” before their match in the Bundesliga.

Robert Lewandowski wears an armband with the colors of Ukraine during Bayern’s game and he also backs Poland’s decision to refuse to play their World Cup playoff against Russia in March.

“It is right decision! I can’t imagine playing a match with the Russian national team in a situation when armed aggression in Ukraine confines.”
“Russian footballers and fans are not responsible for this ,but we can’t pretend that nothing is happening.”

Sweden’s football federation joins Poland in refusing to play against Russia if they are required to meet them in 2022 World Cup playoffs

Manchester United and Watford share a message in support of peace in Ukraine before their game yesterday.

Eintracht Frankfurt displayed a message calling for an end to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine before their game against Bayern.

The message before PSG vs. Saint-Etienne:

After scoring for Aston Villa, Matty Cash shared a message in support of his Poland teammate and Dynamo Kyiv defender Tomasz Kędziora and his family, who are in Ukraine.


In other news Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has given trustees of Chelsea’s charitable foundation the ‘stewardship and care’ of the club.
Official statement by Roman Abramovich
“I am today giving trustees of Chelsea’s charitable Foundation the stewardship and care of Chelsea FC.
I believe that currently they are in the best position to look after the interests of the Club, players, staff, and fans”.

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