“Tyumen” is done. Is Siberia next in line? ..

“Cadres are everything”. Surely Stalin, pronouncing this, frankly, historical phrase, did not mean sports, but you cannot erase a word from a song, just as you cannot erase a player from the protocol.

Before the flight to Samara, the head coach of “Tyumen” legendary railroad worker Vladimir Maminov said, they say, we are flying exclusively for victory. And to be honest, the first 15-20 minutes of the match convinced even the most inveterate fans of “Wings” of this. It should be admitted that the players of the Siberians are like rebounds: tall, fast. True, they are straightforward and tough, because the main referee of the match, Roman Galimov from Ulan-Ude, could remove two or three Tyumen residents for tackles from behind in the first half. If you think that I have such a violent fantasy, then statistics is a heartless thing, worse than gravity. And 3639 viewers will confirm this. Only twelve fans from Tyumen who were at the match that day would disagree, but it is understandable. During the first half, the COP had four fouls, and Tyumen thirteen. And that’s just for the first forty-five minutes.

“Cadres are everything”. Surely Stalin, pronouncing this, frankly, historical phrase, did not mean sports, but you cannot erase a word from a song, just as you cannot erase a player from the protocol.

Before the flight to Samara, the head coach of “Tyumen” legendary railroad worker Vladimir Maminov said, they say, we are flying exclusively for victory. And to be honest, the first 15-20 minutes of the match convinced even the most inveterate fans of “Wings” of this. It should be admitted that the players of the Siberians are like rebounds: tall, fast. True, they are straightforward and tough, because the main referee of the match, Roman Galimov from Ulan-Ude, could remove two or three Tyumen residents for tackles from behind in the first half. If you think that I have such a violent fantasy, then statistics is a heartless thing, worse than gravity. And 3639 viewers will confirm this. Only twelve fans from Tyumen who were at the match that day would disagree, but it is understandable. During the first half, the COP had four fouls, and Tyumen thirteen. And that’s just for the first forty-five minutes.

By the way, in the first half, three mustard plasters were brought to light – to Maxim Nenakhov and Savely Kozlov (which we will talk about later) and one on the added minute to the first half to Oleg Lanin for … But no one understood for what. It doesn’t matter. By the break, the score was not open and, apparently, Andrei Tikhonov still found the right words to shake the team. I’m not sure, however, that the words were censored, but in the fight, as in love, all means are good. I must admit that the words were chosen correctly, because two and a half minutes after the whistle, by the beginning of the second half, the newcomer of “Wings” Sasha Sobolev very sightedly rolled the ball along the goal, and the ex-player of KS Savely Kozlov (and this is not the last mention of him for today) neatly, in a billiard-like manner, let the “brother-in-law” go so that Azer Aliyev could not get under way.

But Azer still poked the ball into the goal – take it out, as they say… A couple of minutes later, a frank fight almost broke out on the field – Alan Chochiev was tired of the constant blows to the legs and by no means unfriendly embraces of Tyumen. Three yellow cards in two minutes – Chochiev, as well as Yegor Glukhov from “Tyumen” and the restless Sobolev, who got about the same as Kornilenko. That in the sense of work, that in the sense of hitting the legs. In general, it must be admitted that in the early spring you can’t do much lace on the field, so the teams almost did not dare to take long shots, trying to literally bring the ball into the goal. So what would you think to yourself? The second goal came out even funnier than the first, but more on that later. Remember the title? Cadres are everything. Remember that Savely Kozlov played for the Krylyov youth team in 2015? So, willy-nilly, he helped us, having received a second yellow card for another foul on Sergei Kornilenko. The second, so to speak, shot that decided, if not everything, then a lot – the player of “Luch-Energia” from Vladivostok Andrey Myazin, who was born in Samara and started his football career right there. You ask, what does “Luch-Energia” have to do with it if “Wings of the Soviets” and “Tyumen” played?

So it’s very simple: Andrey Myazin scored a goal for Luch, thereby depriving Orenburg, from which we were three points behind, of those three points. And now with whatever score the Samarans won, they would have caught up with “Orenburg” in points anyway and shared the second or third lines of the table. Well, the second goal turned out like this: Chochiev powerfully thumped the goal from the penalty line, the ball ricocheted off from one of the Tyumen citizens and flew into the goal, exactly in opposition to the experienced Stanislav Buchnev. A very offensive goal for the opponents. But three points, as they say, don’t smell. It smelled bad sweat. The total number of fouls in “Tyumen” has exceeded two dozen. Five yellow cards, one red, and Vladimir Maminov at a press conference calmly declares that the referee did not allow play and maliciously “put on cards” the players… Alexander Sobolev expressed himself very succinctly, in one word, about the style of play of “Tyumen” in a post-match interview: “They brought it down.

However, just a tough game was predictable: after all, the difference in the class of players will not go anywhere. And there is nothing to compensate for it, except for fouls. And the fouls were rude: from the locker room to the bus Azer Aliyev, on whom the first goal of “Wings” was recorded, came out with his left leg rolled up and an ice pack strapped in – they beat him mercilessly on the shin. And here I would like to answer the undoubtedly respected and ex-player of “Lokomotiv” and now the coach of “Tyumen” Vladimir Aleksandrovich Maminov: You, of course, are an honored person with authority, but why break chairs? I mean legs.

Tikhonov at the press conference was more puzzled by the upcoming games with “Siberia” and “Orenburg”. If you are fond of sports and betting, then you can prepare for the bets for the upcoming match and read the article https://parimatch.co.tz/blog/en/how-to-make-a-deposit-on-parimatch-via-tigo-pesa/ that was published on the Parimatch blog. Indeed, before the game with the latter, Sobolev and Lanin will leave for the location of the Russian national team, and this one is a very tangible loss for the Samara team. Of course, we have no irreplaceable ones, but Oleg is just one of those who over and over “drags the piano”, and Alexander (and we were convinced of this) plays it perfectly. As Andrey Valerievich said: “Don’t let them go anywhere”. So maybe you really won’t let go, huh? And what, “Spartak” wanted to – and moved the Cup game. Why are we worse? By the fact that the team is not “people’s”? Since “Wings” will be more popular than any Spartaks there, I assure you. In any case, I really want to think so. In the meantime, we are waiting for March 17, two o’clock in the afternoon – the beginning of the match with “Siberia”. We are still playing with them as a whole. So far, complete.

Sergey Artashkin

However, just a tough game was predictable: after all, the difference in the class of players will not go anywhere. And there is nothing to compensate for it, except for fouls. And the fouls were rude: from the locker room to the bus Azer Aliyev, on whom the first goal of “Wings” was recorded, came out with his left leg rolled up and an ice pack strapped in – they beat him mercilessly on the shin. And here I would like to answer the undoubtedly respected and ex-player of “Lokomotiv” and now the coach of “Tyumen” Vladimir Aleksandrovich Maminov: You, of course, are an honored person with authority, but why break chairs? I mean legs.

Tikhonov at the press conference was more puzzled by the upcoming games with “Siberia” and “Orenburg”. Indeed, before the game with the latter, Sobolev and Lanin will leave for the location of the Russian national team, and this one is a very tangible loss for the Samara team. Of course, we have no irreplaceable ones, but Oleg is just one of those who over and over “drags the piano”, and Alexander (and we were convinced of this) plays it perfectly. As Andrey Valerievich said: “Don’t let them go anywhere”. So maybe you really won’t let go, huh? And what, “Spartak” wanted to – and moved the Cup game. Why are we worse? By the fact that the team is not “people’s”? Since “Wings” will be more popular than any Spartaks there, I assure you. In any case, I really want to think so. In the meantime, we are waiting for March 17, two o’clock in the afternoon – the beginning of the match with “Siberia”. We are still playing with them as a whole. So far, complete.

Oliver

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