Fedor Smolov, turning to 30, who plays for Celta Vigo Club in Spain, was shocked when despite the blockade in the country flying back to Russia for his 18-year-old wife’s birthday.
Fedor Smolov‘s fiancée is Maria Yumasheva, the granddaughter of former Russian President Boris Yeltsin.
The ex-wife of Fedor Smolov, Miss Russia
He married former Miss Russia, supermodel Victoria Lopyreva in 2013 but in May 2015 the couple broke up in the regret of Russian fans.
Recently, after moving to Celta Vigo on loan from Lokomotiv Moscow Club, Fedor Smolov has time to date and be engaged to his granddaughter Boris Yeltsin, beautiful Maria Yumasheva in January this year.
This summer Fedor Smolov is scheduled to have a wedding with Maria Yumasheva.
During this period, due to Spain’s blockade, although Fedor Smolov recently asked the Celta Vigo to return to Russia for personal reasons, it was not agreed.
But despite everything, he still chartered a private jet to fly back to Russia and promised to resolve the personal matter to return.
Escaped from quarantine, to celebrate his girlfriend’s birthday 18 years old
However, Russian media and many social media images have recently accused the Russian striker of returning to Russia for his 18-year-old wife Maria Yumasheva’s birthday.
According to AS, Fedor Smolov flew from Spain back to Russia by private jet to attend Maria Yumasheva’s 18th birthday party. It is known that Maria is the granddaughter of former Russian President – Boris Yeltsin.
According to the AS daily newspaper, the objection to the blockade of Fedor Smolov took place only a week after his teammate, Pione Sisto, was also criticized for arbitrarily driving back to Denmark in the middle of the ban, and having a car accident.
As a result, both Fedor Smolov and Pione Sisto are currently facing severe penalties when they return to the club in the near future. In response to the Russian press, Fedor Smolov said: “I have no regrets, and accept the current situation as well as the punishment from the club.”
At this time, the total number of infections in Spain during the COVID-19 season was 130,759 and the number of deaths was 12,418. In Russia, the numbers are 5,389 and 45 respectively.
Earlier in late March, Smolov’s teammate Pione Sisto voluntarily drove to Denmark despite the Spanish government’s ban on abroad. The total distance of this journey is nearly 3,000 km and 26 hours drive.
Reportedly, accompanied by a 25-year-old player also has an older sister. In this regard, Celta Vigo said it would deal internally. However, Pione Sisto’s actions may be considered a violation of the laws of Spain and Denmark, so he is likely to be “inquired” by the authorities.
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