Rostov player Golenkov said he was arrested in the Czech Republic due to an expired visa
The Russian striker of Rostov Yegor Golenkov spoke about his arrest in the Czech Republic while playing for the local Sigma. His words leads “Championship”.
The football player said that after undergoing surgery due to an injury, he planned to return to Russia for recovery, but the club did not extend his work visa. Golenkov had to go to the police station under escort, where he was arrested. “They gave an interpreter, while taking away all the things. Hands behind the head, flashing lights … They took me to another station, removed my fingers. And then they extended the visa, ”he summed up.
Golenkov moved to Sigma in 2021, but was injured and did not play a single match for the team. In February 2022, he signed a contract with Rostov.
In December 2021, Sochi defender Artem Meshchaninov compared the standard of living in Russia and the Czech Republic. The footballer considered that the infrastructure in small Czech cities is better developed than in Russian ones.
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