Jakub Bednaruk, the coach of the Polish club AZS Politechnika Warszawska, became a target of Spiridonov who addressed him after Rio Olympics bronze medal match which Russia lost to USA by using vulgar words.
“See what kind of scum Jakub Bednarek is, he’s glad that Russia lost. That’s the coach of a shitty club in Poland. Typical schmuck,” popular ‘Spirik’ wrote on Twitter.
Coach of Politechnika, where Spiridonov’s ‘archenemy’ Andrzej Wrona will play next season, ignored his entries: “I’ll ignore all your provocations. Learn from the great Tietyukhin,” responded Bednaruk.
“You’re scum as a man, ram as a coach, rag as a person and stinky like shit,” wrote again Spiridonov.
After this, Bednaruk decided to block the Russian.
Did Spirik go too far with this and is this an appropriate language to a player who was successfully representing such a big volleyball national like Russia for years?
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