The head of the Committee on ethics of the Russian football Union (RFU) Vladimir Lukin thinks that the statements of the owner of the Moscow “Spartak” Leonid Fedun a forward “Rostov” Artem Dzyuba are harming the image of Russian football.
Last Sunday Fedun saidthat the ex-Spartak, now playing for the St. Petersburg “Zenith”, “such a person, which for a penny will kill even their relatives”.
“Such statements do not adorn our football. There is such East wisdom: “Only a shallow river stormy”. Now, you need to rage less. Then maybe the players will play better,” Lukin was quoted by TASS.
The interlocutor of the Agency noted that the ethics Committee may consider the statement Fedun in address of the headlights only if the appropriate treatment guidelines of the RFU. “Personally, I’m with this provision of the Charter do not agree and would suggest changing it to the Committee on ethics have more independence,” added the official.
Let us remind that Artem Dzyuba as Spartak player in February, signed a contract with Zenit, which was ratified only in July. Soon after signing the contract he was punished by the leadership of the Moscow club retention of salary for uncomplimentary remarks about the “red-white”.