Football player Dziuba who left Adana: He did not want to sit in the bench and watch the match
MOSCOW, November 15 – RIA Novosti. Russian striker Artem Dzyuba has announced that he is leaving the Turkish Adana Demirspor football club in a bid to gain more playing time.
Dziuba terminated his contract with Adana Demirspor at the beginning of November and became a free agent.
“I decided to record a short video because there is a lot of talk and speculation all over the place. I got a little lost, had to start over, understand a lot and come back with new strengths and feelings. Don’t worry, they say I’m fine, don’t listen to the bad language, it’s not right. I would like to thank the president of Adana Demirspor, we met halfway, we parted calmly, kindly and peacefully. I left, it was a balanced decision, because I am not 18 years old anymore. It would not be right for me to sit and watch a match. I still have big ambitions, still play And I want to have fun. I enjoy it and I love attending matches,” Dziuba said in a video message posted on Instagram * (banned in Russia for being extremist).
“Anyway, Turkey was an interesting experience, it was a great atmosphere. I absolutely loved being there, it was a plus for me. This road taught me a lot in terms of people and football. I enjoyed not only the games but also the training. Now the 34-year-old striker I will listen to the offers and continue to play football,” he said.
Dzyuba is the top scorer in the history of the Russian Premier League. He also shares with Alexander Kerzhakov the first place in the list of top scorers in the history of the Russian national team (30 goals each).
* The activities of Meta** (social networks Facebook* and Instagram) are banned in Russia on the grounds of extremism.
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