UKRAINE’S Premier League has been paused for at least 30 days minimum after Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
The top-flight was meant to resume action on Friday after the winter break but now that has been delayed.
Ukraine’s Premier League has been suspended for a minimum of 30-days[/caption]
The league confirmed the news via their official website after the introduction of martial law overnight by Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Now doubts will be raised over whether Ukraine’s World Cup play-off match against Scotland in Glasgow on March 24 will take place as planned.
And the British government have already stated that St Petersburg should be removed as the Champions League final host city on May 28.
Russia president Vladimir Putin has launched an invasion and all-out war on Ukraine with missiles and bombs.
He has sent tanks rolling into the country from over the Belarus border while explosions have occurred around the nation.
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