Former Dnipro player Artem Fedetskyi has spoken out about the court case of the club's then owner Ihor Kolomoiskyi.
- What do you make of Ihor Tsyhanik's words in court in defence of Kolomoisky, saying that he developed football at Dnipro? If you and a few other players and employees of Dnipro have not received money, there are still unpaid debts.
- Listen, I've already forgotten that there is any money owed. I realise that it cannot be returned. I remember positive emotions during my time at Dnipro - being part of a great team, a great team. Despite all the difficulties, we showed a great result. Even a great result. Not only last year, when we reached the Europa League final.
It's a pity that the team is gone, that the manager did this to the team, that it disappeared. A team with such a history... It was wrong to do that. And this is probably the biggest offence for me personally.
- Don't you think it's a paradox that this is a shame for you and others, while Kolomoisky's guarantors talk about how much he developed everything and fought against corruption in football?
- What I found at Dnipro was that he was always in favour of fair play. He was against referees being given money, against any shadow games. "Dnipro always played fair. I can say 100% for football.
As for Tsyhanyk, I'm even disgusted to look at him. I've had a couple of situations when he was broadcasting on 2+2. Well, he carries such heresy against the players. The fact that he spoke is not surprising to me. The man showed who is who.