Commentator Viktor Vatsko on the Vatsko on air YouTube channel criticized the UAF for continuing to cooperate with Joma, the technical sponsor of the Ukrainian national teams, which operates in Russia.
"The essence of the problem. What it turns out. Wearing empty boxes in branded luxury clothing in Transcarpathia - we are patriots.
Explaining all our professional "fakaps" by some ephemeral Russian trace or some FSB cells - we are patriots.
But when it comes to showing our position not on Protasov's Facebook, but in practice, with real work, in a short time, no, no, not for us.
"Karpaty announced the transition to Nike uniforms - they showed their position. "Kryvbas stuck the Joma logo on their equipment - they made it clear what the next step would be, which would be to replace their technical partner. This club also showed its position. And the UAF with a hundred millionaire vice presidents or UAF Marketing with million-dollar salaries for its management - what?
"What's the problem here," they say, "We have nothing to do with it. "Ugh, thank God Joma wrote that it has nothing to do with it, we won't have hemorrhoids - we won't have to change uniforms, pay penalties, work as much as we need to. But doing work is not for us, not for status millionaires."
Remember what Andriy Pavelko wrote on his Facebook page: "The Armed Forces of Ukraine will continue to repel the occupiers' attacks on the front line, and the UAF team is fighting on the football front." B***h, but if the Armed Forces of Ukraine fought the Muscovites on the front line like the UAF does on the football front, then in April 2022 the ruble would be circulating in Lviv, and Kryivka would be renamed Pelmenna, forgive me," Vatsko said.