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WCH M: Should Spiridonov react like this? (VIDEO)

by WoV

During the matches of the Russian national team you can often hear whistles from the crowd. It’s probably caused by the political situation in the Ukraine.

The receiver of Russia Aleksey Spiridonov shouldn’t react like this and of course Polish fans should stop whistling when Russia plays… This is not politics, this is sport! You can discuss about this on our WoVForum.

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ASIK September 18, 2014 - 3:21 pm

He imitiate that he shoot to people. And he offend polish people on twitter. This in normal??? One thing is clear. Today in Atlas Arena he and all russian team are whistle more. It will be real hell

o September 19, 2014 - 1:16 pm

he didnt offend us called ”’psheks”’ it was only irony about our language with many letters sz,dz,cz, but our media made a drama and make people crazy

renan dal zotto September 18, 2014 - 5:11 pm

In ‘ALL’ sports, players have to deal with taunts from the public, a whistle or be booed part of the game, he as an athlete volleyball and other sports have to learn to deal with it. He loves to provoke others is ironic to see that he can not handle it when it is provoked.

Aguś September 18, 2014 - 6:53 pm

He is weak mentally

ME September 18, 2014 - 7:24 pm

He is just crazy…hahahah

Lulo September 19, 2014 - 7:48 am

They don’t whistle because of Putin but because of Spiridonov that most of volleyball world literally hate. He is insane and people simply won’t make it easier for him. If he is imitating that he is shooting people he shouldn’t expect standing ovation from them especially since we all know what part of history he was referring to. Plus all this twitter drama and calling polish people names. So get your facts straight before you post something like this.


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