Grozny “Terek” addressed to the Russian football Union (RFS) with the request to initiate an objective investigation of the away match of the 12th Matchday of the Premier League against the “Ural” from Yekaterinburg.
As informs a press-service “Terek”, the investigation involving the necessary competent authorities should be carried out in connection with the recent statements in the media about the unsportsmanlike nature of the match.
Corresponding letter the President of club Magomed Daudova sent to the President of the RFU Vitaly Mutko.
We will remind that “Terek” won a landslide victory with the score 4:1. This game in the press dubbed “weird”, and some journalists, including well-known commentator Vasily Utkindirectly call her a contract.
According to conspiracy theories, “Ural” gave “the favor” “Terek” during the match, which took place may 30, 2015. Then Grozny in last round of the championship lost at home 1:3, which allowed the club from Ekaterinburg to maintain residence in the Premier League.
The flames were fanned by the fact that the head coach of Yekaterinburg “Ural” Vadim Skripchenko immediately after the match at his own request left the post.
The President of club Grigory Ivanov explained this act of technician fatigue, a desire to improve their health and a desire to reconnect with his family in Minsk. However, a few days later Skripchenko found a job in Samara “Wings of the Soviets”.
“Ural” is ready to assist in the investigation
Football club “Ural” is ready to assist the RFU in the investigation of the championship of Russia with the Grozny “Terek”.
“Ural” is interested in objective investigation of all that has surrounded this match. Of course, if we need some kind of reaction and assistance in this matter, we will go forward and will provide full assistance,” said TASS in the press service of the Yekaterinburg club.
“An objective investigation could compensate for all the dirt, which resulted in our club for the last time. And we will certainly work together along with “Terek” and investigation”, – added in “Ural”.