"Million-dollar fine and give money to orphanage": Andrey Kanchelskis called for fining Mamayev and Kokorin
Banning from playing in clubs and ending a football career is, in his opinion, a too harsh measure.
The former Russian midfielder Andrey Kanchelskis spoke about the debauches, organized by the players Pavel Mamayev and Alexander Kokorin, saying that the athletes need to be “fined well,” Rusfootball.info reports.
The famous Russian football player and head coach of the Uzbek club Navbahor announced that he was sorry for the disgraced athletes, because at their age, "they can still play and play." Kanchelskis believes that the punishment should be an impressive fine. Banning to play in clubs and ending a football career is, in his opinion, a too harsh measure.
“One million dollars from each of them and give this money to orphanages and hospitals,” Kanchelskis shared his opinion with journalists.
Recall, the other day the Tverskoy court of the capital sent Mamayev and Kokorin under arrest for two riots. Kokorin's friend and brother were also in custody. They are accused of beating two Moscow officials in one of the cafes of the city, as well as an attack on the driver of the First Channel. Under the articles Hooliganism and Beating, suspects face up to 7 years in a colony.
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