Journalist Mykhailo Spivakovsky commented on the statement made by the president of the Rukh, Hryhoriy Kozlovsky, addressed to him.
"Dear Hryhoriy Petrovych, thank you for your attention, PR, puns and the time spent on me and this collage by your media. And also for remembering that I still work for TaToTaKe, and not for the Tribune, as you thought last time. I'm actually very flattered.
Two simple thoughts for you personally:
1) No one said that Rukh would sell three players to Dynamo. It was about the interest from DC. And you know perfectly well that this is true. Please do not distort my words.
2) As for the situation with Shakhtar, this is not an insight. This is a version. You must understand the difference. "Rukh may or may not become a satellite of SD.
If it doesn't, I will personally be very happy about your independence. If it does, then you are right, it will be a staging. Perhaps a clumsy one, or perhaps a very carefully calculated one. But there is one thing: I will not be the writer, director, or lead actor. It will be you and the representatives of Shakhtar.
If you had attended the Black Square performances, you would know that we write wittier. But sometimes, perhaps, it's not so funny. By the way, I invite you to our theater when you return to Ukraine.
Let's just say it's for the sake of fairness.
P.S. One question. If the appointment of Vitaliy Ponomaryov as Rukh coach, which we predicted in the second version, comes true, will you also be able to publicly admit that the flight of my imagination completely coincides with your reality?" Spivakovsky wrote in a comment on Facebook.