Alexander BundinAndrey Kanchelskis, a former player for the USSR and Russian football teams, said his son could not find work in England. The man was discriminated against because his father played for the Russian national team.
The coach played for Manchester United from 1991 to 1995. The son of a former footballer was born in Manchester and holds an English passport. However, this did not help him avoid discrimination.
“Son Andrei left the company alone, looking for a job, and they told him that your father plays for the Russian national team, so there’s no chance,” Kanchelskis said. RIA News.
The former Russian national team player noted that his surname and that of his son were not Russian, but Lithuanian. In the passport of the coach himself, it is usually stated that he was born in Ukraine.
However, in England, they do not know the geography and only see their own country, indignant Kanchelskis. The former footballer added that in this state everyone took up arms against the Russians, reports TR.
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