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Veteran of “Spartak” Mirzoyan supported the club in the decision to abandon the boycott of the Super Bowl

Alexander Mirzoyan believes that the venue of the Russian Super Cup will not prevent Spartak from trying to prove that they are stronger than Zenit

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Match “Spartak” – “Zenith”

(Photo: Official website of FC Spartak)

Spartak made the right decision not to boycott the Super Cup match against Zenit in St. Petersburg. This was announced to RBC Sport by the former football player of Spartak and the USSR national team, President of the Union of Football Veterans of Russia Alexander Mirzoyan.

“I think that Spartak did absolutely the right thing. They won the Russian Cup and must prove to others that they deserve it. The team will come out and show others that they are stronger than Zenit on the field, whatever happens. And on what land they play, it doesn’t matter anymore, if they are the best, they will show it on any land,” Mirzoyan said.

“Spartak” refused to boycott the match for the Super Cup against “Zenith”

Photo: Komsomolskaya Pravda / Global Look Press

On June 22, Spartak announced that they were abandoning the idea of ​​boycotting the game out of respect for the fans.

The 2022/23 season in Russia will begin in mid-July with the Super Bowl match. It will play the champion of the country “Zenith” and the winner of the Cup “Spartak”. On June 10, the Russian Football Union (RFU) reported that the match would take place on July 9 in St. Petersburg, at the home arena of Zenit.

Spartak, after the decision of the RFU to choose St. Petersburg as the venue for the match for the Super Bowl, published in the Telegram channel a parody of the Internet meme “No one came to the fan meeting”, hinting that the team might boycott the game.

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