“I don’t think any person in the world can stand for that”. Famous Ukrainian footballer Andriy Shevchenko condemns Russia and says he will offer his home in the UK to Ukrainian refugees
The former Chelsea and Ukraine striker Andriy Shevchenko said he would house Ukrainian refugees in the UK.
He told ITV News: “The war is very cruel, and it’s hard to see the cities being destroyed, the people dying. I’m a father of four kids, and for me to see images of kids dying, the bombs going at a kids hospital, I can’t stand that. I don’t think any person in the world can stand for that”.
The footballer also said he is trying to help to support Ukraine in different ways. He has set up a fundraising page, hoping to reach £2 million, to support the people of Ukraine. The money raised will be split between five leading charities.