World Sports angry over Russia’s armed aggression in Ukraine. Sports organizations have called on Russia to abandon such heinous acts and return to peace. Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United are also playing cards at Old Trafford, calling for an end to the war.
Interim Manchester United coach Ralph Rangnik and his teammates protested with playing cards on the field against the aggression in Ukraine before the Premier League match against Watford on Saturday (February 26). Watford footballers also joined them.
Meanwhile, the popular football website Goal confirms that German coach Rannik’s plan is to protest against the Ukrainian aggression at Old Trafford with a playing card. Where the rest agreed and took part. The playing card in the hand of the United boss read in English, ‘Peace’.
He also spoke of peace in five languages: German, French, Spanish, and Swedish. He also uses a symbol of peace in his writings. Which means he is calling on Russia to end the war and establish peace. However, Rangnik did not say anything in the news about this.
For some time now, the world has been in a frenzy against the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Athletes are protesting from the field as much as they can. Sports organizations have condemned Russia and called on it to refrain from hate speech.
European League authorities have already removed the venue of the UEFA Champions League final from Russia in protest of the attack. Moreover, the company has banned any of these football events in the country. On the other hand, FIFA, the international governing body of football, has strongly condemned the attack and warned against hosting a World Cup match.
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Meanwhile, Polish star footballer Robert Lewandowski has stated that he does not want to play against Russia in the World Cup qualifiers. AFI has already canceled the upcoming Grand Prix in Russia.
Russian Athletes Stands against Russia Ukraine War
Meanwhile, athletes from Vladimir Putin’s country have also taken a stand against the attack in Ukraine. He explained on the playing field that he did not support the decision of his country’s president. Russian tennis star Andrei Rublev has expressed his views in this regard. Rublev is busy playing in the Dubai Championship. There, the 24-year-old Russian star lost to Hubert Harkaz in his semifinal match. After the victory, Rublev wrote his special message on the camera lens in court. After winning the match, he wrote on the camera lens: “No war, please.”