Former football player of team Russia wanted to become an MP


www.vsyako.netDmitry Bulykin Photo: @dmitrybulykin

Former football player of Russian national team, Moscow “Dynamo” and “Locomotive” Dmitry Bulykin has announced that it has registered candidates for deputies of the Moscow city Duma. News athlete shared on his page in Instagram.

He promised that he will never ignore the complaints of Muscovites. The athlete expressed the hope that local residents will support him, and he will be able to bring their ideas to life.

According to Burykina, the program is almost formed, and later it will be ready to present it, reports TASS. Currently, signatures are being collected. “I am a Muscovite, like Moscow, wants to make it better and sportier, the sport is close to me, so I want to make every yard was a Playground, safety has been and children involved in sports, physical exercises and not sitting in doorways, drinking and Smoking,” — said the athlete.

Dmitry Bulykin began his professional career in the Moscow “Locomotive” in 1997, in Russia, also played for Dynamo. In Europe, the striker defended the colors of the German “Bayer” and “Fortune”, the Belgian “Anderlecht” and Dutch “ADO Den Haag”, “Ajax” and “Twente”. For the Russian national team he has played 15 matches in which he scored seven goals.

On his retirement Bulykin announced in March 2016.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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