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at the fight against the Russian army also involve Ukrainian sports stars. Ex-Bundesliga player Igor Belanov, Europe's footballer of 1986, has proven to be Ukrainian media reports from Thursday at the local defense forces of his hometown Odessa. The 61-year-old showed itself with assault rifle in a position secured with sandbags in the southern crain port city. Odessa is a goal for the Russian armed forces to cut off Ukraine from sea access.

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At the beginning of March, Borussia Mönchengladbach and Eintracht Braunschweig had already been used for a war end. "I ask about finishing the bloodshed of our people immediately!" He wrote on Facebook. Ukrainian cities turned into ruins. "Our grandfathers and fathers have not built them that they are fought in them, but for happy people live there!", He wrote more than a month ago.

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Belanov began his career at teams in Odessa and later played for the capital city of Dynamo Kyiv. In the final of the European Championship in 1988 he lost with the Soviet Union against the Netherlands (0: 2) and spoke a penalty. In 1989 he moved into the Bundesliga as the first Soviet international player. After one and a half years in Mönchengladbach he played from 1991 for the second division Brunswick.

also other Ukrainian top athletes fight in the army. Prominent appeared especially the Biathlet Dmytro PiDrschnji. The former Captain of the Football National Team and Former Bavaria Professional Anatolij Tymoschuk, however, was locked by his homeland lifelong - he had refused after the beginning of the war to give up his job as a co-trainer at the Russian top club Zenit St. Petersburg and did not pronounce against the war . (dpa)

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