Ralf Rangnick, manager of Manchester United, is 'devastated' by the war in Ukraine.

Sporting organizations and teams have been forced to make moral decisions following Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Thursday.

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In the wake of the Ukraine war, Ralf Rangnick, interim manager of Manchester United, believes that Uefa's decision to disqualify Russia from the Champions League final was inevitable.

On the first day of the battle, 137 military and civilians were murdered as Russia invaded Ukraine by land, sea, and air. In the early hours of Friday morning, Uefa announced that the Champions League final would be held in Paris rather than Saint Petersburg.

As a result of Aeroflot's ban on flying into the United Kingdom, United has ended its sponsorship relationship with the Russian airline in question.

Rangnick spent six months in Moscow last year as the sporting director of Lokomotiv Moscow before relocating to Manchester, and he is distressed by the situation in Ukraine.

Rangnick described the scenario as "devastatingly sad." That is an extraordinary scenario that we have a form of war in Europe, and I think everyone will think the same way about it. As a result of this, Uefa's decision was inevitable and correct.

As far as what's going on there, I believe everyone is of the same opinion," "What is happening there is a human tragedy for everyone involved." As far as I am aware, the situation in Russia and in Moscow remains safe for the time being, but this does not alter the overall scenario, which is heartbreaking. The things I see on TV, especially in the morning and evening, continue to astound me.

The situation in Syria is "simply a terrible scenario, and I very, very much hope that politicians all over the globe will help to deescalate the situation and finish those type of horrors that are going in there." "

In the wake of the Ukraine war, Ralf Rangnick, interim manager of Manchester United, believes that Uefa's decision to disqualify Russia from the Champions League final was inevitable.

On the first day of the battle, 137 military and civilians were murdered as Russia invaded Ukraine by land, sea, and air. In the early hours of Friday morning, Uefa announced that the Champions League final would be held in Paris rather than Saint Petersburg.

As a result of Aeroflot's ban on flying into the United Kingdom, United has ended its sponsorship relationship with the Russian airline in question.

Rangnick spent six months in Moscow last year as the sporting director of Lokomotiv Moscow before relocating to Manchester, and he is distressed by the situation in Ukraine.

Rangnick described the scenario as "devastatingly sad." That is an extraordinary scenario that we have a form of war in Europe, and I think everyone will think the same way about it. As a result of this, Uefa's decision was inevitable and correct.

As far as what's going on there, I believe everyone is of the same opinion," "What is happening there is a human tragedy for everyone involved." As far as I am aware, the situation in Russia and in Moscow remains safe for the time being, but this does not alter the overall scenario, which is heartbreaking. The things I see on TV, especially in the morning and evening, continue to astound me.

The situation in Syria is "simply a terrible scenario, and I very, very much hope that politicians all over the globe will help to deescalate the situation and finish those type of horrors that are going in there." "

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