» I live with great regret and anger. Hayrapetyan about Henrik Mkhitaryan not knowing about the national team

I live with great regret and anger. Hayrapetyan about Henrik Mkhitaryan not knowing about the national team

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Former FFA President Ruben Hayrapetyan wrote on his Facebook page.

"I feel great regret and anger following the active discussions on the Internet regarding Henrik Mkhitaryan not joining the upcoming training camp of the national team. The matter has reached the point that insulting and slanderous comments are written to the pride of Armenian football, to all Armenians, and statements are made denigrating the undeniable great role of the services rendered to our football and our homeland.

Not even knowing why he did not attend the Heno Rally, I can say for sure that he could have done so only if there were very compelling reasons or circumstances that made his participation impossible.

And I have to disappoint the authors of the assertion that Heno's decision could have been due to a good or bad relationship with me or others, because Heno's patriotism goes far beyond this relationship with this or that person. And in general, he is one of the most patriotic Armenian football players I have ever known, who has never proved it, both on and off the field.

Let us understand and appreciate that he has done this very often, endangering his health and standing above narrow personal interests. Heno is a unique patriot who knows how to do charity, who knows how to do charity, often not even talking about it.

When he needed to, he was in Artsakh, when he needed to, in a border village of Armenia, in an orphanage, in a hospital, next to his people and his soldier. And even the fact that the person who actively and openly spoke out against the Armenian army of the Artsakh Republic in those days, and now holds the FFA presidency, could not be a reason for Heno not to join the national team.

It seems that not only the heroes of Artsakh's struggle for survival, our victorious army in general, but also our national pride in any sphere - Arthur Aleksanyan, Roman Amoyan, now Henrik Mkhitaryan - how far? until when?