Russian blog employee Evgeny Savin’s club has been registered in Cyprus, and an agreement to purchase the Ypsonas Club from Limassol has already been reached.
The blogger of the football club “Krasava” Yevgeny Savin was registered in Cyprus. Syndicating this on Instagram, he posted that he is not being banned or fined by the soccer league because they do not exist e-soccer.
With two months of waiting, nerves, and paperwork, FC Krasava Ltd was able to reach an agreement in Cyprus and buy a club from Limassol: FC Eny Ypsonas. This team plays in the second division of Cyprus (FNL-1).
He said that they will change their name to FC Krasava. They’ll also make some changes to their jerseys and colors, but they’ll keep the history of their club alive. As an investor, they won’t do things just for the sake of this season. They will be true to themselves in order to preserve the culture that made them so special.
Now, we are making sure young people from all over the former CIS have an opportunity to develop their talent and exchange experience in Europe. Despite differences in passports, everyone will be welcomed with open arms and great opportunities for development.
The club plans to open player screenings in “many capitals of the former CIS countries” next year.
KraSava, a Russian blogger, announced the pending relocation from Russia.
Savin holds medals from numerous clubs, including Tom, Anji, Khimki, Amkar, Krylya Sovetov, Ural, and Tula Arsenal. After his playing career, he worked on television and hosted the “Cult of the Tour” program together with Yuri Dud (the Ministry of Justice put him on the list of foreign media agents) and Sergei Shnurov. He later became a blogger as well. More than 1 million people subscribe to his football YouTube channel KraSava.
According to Wikipedia, FC Krasava was founded in 1921 and won their final championship of 2018-19 against FNL-2 rival Savin.
In April, the YouTube channel KraSava published a video with Ukrainian soccer players talking about the Russian special operation in Ukraine. Shortly after, Savin left Russia. He later said that due to the video being released, the club lost its home stadium.