Фаны кивского "ЦСКА" прошлись маршем в защиту клуба 8 фотографий
В Киеве 10 сентября состоялся марш футбольных болельщиков.
Главные требования марша: прекратить систематическое
уничтожение украинского спорта, в частности роспуск одного из самых
старых футбольных клубов Украины, и возвратить в соревнования клуб
Болельщики прошли от Софийской площади до Федерации футбола Украины.
Для справки:ЦСКА Полное название
Футбольный клуб ЦСКА Киев
1934. Выступал в Высшей украинской лиге с 1996/1997 по 2001/2002 (Первый круг чемпионата). Сменил название на Арсенал Киев в 2001 год.В сентябре 2009 года команда прекратила выступление во 2-й лиге чемпионата.
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