by Oleg Varfolomeyev Ukrainians have always been football-crazy. In Soviet times, the players from Dynamo Kyiv, the top Ukrainian team and a one-time European Super Cup holder, had a bigger influence on people’s minds than all the communist functionaries put together. No wonder the United Social Democratic Party (SDPU[u]) jumped on the Dynamo bandwagon in […]

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