Player leaving CSKA: ‘I can’t continue playing for the Russian army club’ – Basketball

Tornike Shengelia took the decision “in protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine”

Tornike Shengelia, a Georgian basketball player who represented the Brooklyn Nets and the Chicago Bulls, has decided to leave CSKA Moscow, due to the current situation in Ukraine. “I took this decision to protest against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. I cannot continue playing for the Russian army club,” said the player, who represents the emblem since 2020. Russian associated with the Red Army, Georgian. ‘Commercial’ newspaper. .


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Shengelia, who said she was still back in Spain with her family, showed her support for the Ukrainian people by displaying the country’s flag as a profile picture on social media, along with a message that reads: “Pray for Ukraine. Stay strong. ”

It is recalled that in 2008, Georgia was in conflict with Russia, after the latter had militarily supported and recognized the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, two Georgian separatist regions.

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