Former player of the national team of Russia on football, now playing for the second team “the Locomotive” – “the cauldron”, Dmitry Sychev, told about the reasons for his departure from “Spartacus”. According to the forward, in conflict with the club he started threatening what had to leave the red-white camp.
photo: Gennady Cherkasov
Dmitry Sychev became the player of “Spartacus” in 2002, but soon he left the team. The Russian football Union (RFU) has conducted its own proceedings, which the striker was suspended for four months due to contractual obligations. After that, he left the Moscow club.
“Tell the truth, when I finish my career and go far, far away. I single-handedly fought against the system, but did not realize it. Me in “Spartacus” was all arranged and I was not going to leave the club, but the instinct of self-preservation forced to take this step: he was scared for his life”, – quotes Dmitry Sychev “SE”.
Striker explained that he had a conflict with people who were in power at the club.
Recall that this summer it was announced that Dmitry Sychev will play for the farm club “Locomotive” – “the cauldron” – in the Professional football League (PFL).