Kokorin calls Russians “a bunch of pricks”
The football player says he’s ashamed of some compatriots.
In his letter to football fans, the football player Aleksander Kokorin has called Russians “a bunch of pricks,” who do “what they’re told to do.” The letter was found by Nevskie novosti web portal.
The forward for FC Zenit Saint Petersburg is sorting out his mail willingly and answering his fans’ letters, while spending time in the remand prison of Butyrka. Those who appeal him and Pavel Mamaev to wise up or try to shame them of their drunk actions are being roughed up.
With that, while answering a fan letter, Kokorin calls for not paying attention to “the views of the people” and even calls those who are critical of the scandalous story “a bunch of pricks.”
“This is just a bunch of pricks. What they’re told to say, they say. I’m ashamed of them,” Aleksander Kokorin writes.
He believes he’s going to be back in the fold and Zenit is still a champion.
The football players Aleksander Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev have been spending for more than 3 months now in the remand prison of Butyrka. They were taken into custody in October following 2 fights in the center of Moscow. The footballers manhandled Minpromtorg official Denis Pak, Director of NAMI research institute Sergey Gaysin, as well as a driver of Russia’s Channel one TV host Olga Ushakova - Vitaly Solovchuk.