Shamil Gazizov (left) and Leondin Fedun

Former CEO of the Red-Whites Shamil Gazizov filed a complaint against court decisions that recognized his dismissal in 2020 as legal

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Shamil Gazizov (left) and Leondin Fedun

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The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation denied Shamil Gazizov, the former general director of the Moscow football club Spartak, the transfer of a cassation appeal for consideration by the judicial panel for economic disputes. About it informs TASS.

Gazizov demanded to reconsider the decisions of the lower courts, which recognized his dismissal in December 2020 as legal, including the condition for paying him more than 399 million rubles. severance pay. Spartak transferred only 100 million rubles to Gazizov. The Supreme Court of Bashkiria rejected Gazizov’s claim for the remaining payments from the “red-whites”.

Gazizov also demanded compensation for Spartak’s entry into European competition. In early June, the Oktyabrsky Court of Ufa decided to personally recover 89 million rubles from the president of Spartak Leonid Fedun.

Gazizov served as the general director of the Red-Whites from July to December 2020.

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