Ukrainian soccer player given red card for headbutting own teammate

Ukrainian football club Hoverla Uzhhorod might have some unresolved personnel issues, based solely on the fact that one of their players, Volodymyr Lysenko, received a red card in a recent match for an ill-advised headbutt. The real problem with Lysenko’s transgression is that the subject of his attack was none other than teammate Mirko Raicevic…

You can tell Lysenko’s headbutt throws Raicevic for a loop, because the poor bastard has to fight the natural urge to flop while trying to comprehend why exactly his own teammate popped him in the face with his forehead. Apparently they disagreed over something—no one really knows for sure—but Lysenko’s headbutting of his own teammate and subsequent ejection gave rise to this epic look of utter disdain on the face of Hoverla Uzhhorod’s manager…

epic coach face

[Dirty Tackle]


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