Oleksandr Petrakov -the Ukrainian men’s nationwide football team coach — has cast reservations over whether his side’s 2022 FIFA World Cup playoff contestant against Scotland can go gaining in June. FIFA World Cup 2022 Fans can buy Football World Cup Tickets from our website.
The game was initially planned to take place on March 24 in Glasgow Scotland. But was deferred by FIFA to June following Russia’s assault on Ukraine.
As long as people
As long as people in my country endure to die. I cannot reason about singing the game in Scotland. Petrakov said in a conference with the Ukrainian TV station Football 1.
We still have April and May to come. And we will see what transpires then. But we are supposed to sing Scotland in June as well as the Nations League games. But we can’t think about them at the minute given the current state of affairs added Petrakov.
A date for the deferred qualifier is yet to be announced by FIFA. The winner of the Scotland-Ukraine match is planned to meet Wales in a one-off tie to regulate who qualifies for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Which is usual to originate on November 21.
Neither FIFA, UEFA nor the Scottish Football Association stood immediately accessible for comment when contacted by CNN in response to Petrakov’s comments.
In the interview, the 64-year-old also replicated how the ongoing war was personally impacting him Staying in my home in Kyiv I’ve made my result.
I am innate to Kyiv. I haven’t left and I’m not going anywhere. Staying in my home in Kyiv I’ve made my result.
For me, Russia doesn’t exist as a country. As far as I’m troubled, there are no people, nor friends there.”
We will appear stronger that’s not just 100% but 200%.
In answer to Moscow’s attack on Ukraine. FIFA and UEFA suspended all Russian international and club teams from the race until further notice.