«Краснодар» расторг контракт с вратарем Андреем Синицыным, сообщается на официальном сайте команды.
Отмечается, что стороны достигли соглашения о досрочном завершении контракта 32-летнего голкипера.
«Краснодар» благодарит Андрея Синицына за игру и желает успехов в дальнейшей карьере!» — говорится в заявлении.
Вратарь выступал за «Краснодар» с 2012 года. Он принял участие в 103 матчах, в 33 из которых он сохранил свои ворота в неприкосновенности.
Ранее сообщалось, что игрок «Краснодара» попал в список лучших бомбардиров XXI века.
Beau Clark was spotted out and about in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The 40-year-old casting agent was seen walking into a Pep Boys in order to pick up auto supplies.
This is the first time that Clark has been seen in public since welcoming a baby daughter with his wife, former Vanderpump Rules cast member Stassi Schroeder.
The new dad was wearing a sand-colored long-sleeve shirt and a pair of grey sweat pants as he ran his errands.
He also wore a pair of blue socks and Birkenstock-style sandals with camouflage straps during his trip.
The podcaster could be seen wearing a blue baseball cap in order to keep the vibrant California sun out of his eyes; he also kept a pair of sunglasses hanging from the neck of his shirt.
Clark wore a large black face mask in order to keep himself and his family safe in the light of rising COVID-19 cases in the Los Angeles area.
Clark and Schroeder first met in 2017 and dated for two years before tying the knot in September of 2020.
Clark and Schroeder's new daughter, whom they named Hartford Charlie Rose, is the couple's first child together.
In June, the two announced the then-impending arrival of their child in a set of Instagram posts made to their respective accounts.
In the photo that Clark shared, he is seen holding up a pink onesie and wearing a similarly colored set of sunglasses to announce that he would be having a little girl with Schroeder, who looked at her husband with a smile.
The caption for the post partially read: 'I was raised by great women, and the lessons I learned from them I’ll FW to my daughter and then some!'
He would go on to regularly update his followers about Schroeder's pregnancy up until she gave birth on January 7th.
Yesterday, the new dad shared a photo that captured the new family's first brunch together to his Instagram story.
In addition to multiple plates of food and a book about raising a new child, a breast pump was seen in the middle of the breakfast table.
Пресс-секретарь президента России Дмитрий Песков ответил на вопрос о предстоящей инаугурации избранного президента США Джо Байдена в Вашингтоне.
Он отметил, что в Кремле не готовятся к церемонии, которая должна пройти в среду, 20 января.
«Россия как жила много-много сотен лет, так и будет жить. Будет ли на это соответствующая воля в Вашингтоне, это будет зависеть от господина Байдена и его команды», — добавил Песков.
Кроме того, представитель Кремля напомнил, что российский лидер Владимир Путин уже направлял демократу поздравление в связи с его победой в президентской гонке.
Ранее Байден получил более 270 голосов членов коллегии выборщиков, что обеспечивает ему победу на выборах президента Соединенных Штатов. Позднее Путин поздравил Байдена с победой на президентских выборах. Он направил ему телеграмму, в которой пожелал новому президенту США успехов.
Sir Alex Ferguson has paid tribute to Marcus Rashford after the Manchester United star was honoured at the Football Writers' Association's annual tribute awards.
The 23-year-old became the youngest ever recipient of the FWA tribute, which was awarded in recognition of his work to fight child food poverty.
Rashford has led a successful, but still ongoing, campaign to extend the provision of free school meals for vulnerable children throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Legendary United boss Ferguson led the tributes for the England international, and Rashford was moved by the 79-year-old Scot's words.
After receiving the award he said: 'For me [hearing from Ferguson] was an unbelievable experience and I think for me that is probably the only regret I have ever had in my career, never having the chance to play under Sir Alex.
'It is something which is probably never going to happen now but to be on the phone with him and just have 10 or 15 minutes conversation with him was amazing and I am pleased he was aware of the situation and he wanted to help as well, so it was brilliant.
'He has always, from the beginning really, backed me with what I am doing.
'Probably when other people in sports were telling me not to do it and just focus on football, he said if I believed in that, and I believe it is the right thing to do, then he is behind it. Those words from him are an amazing feeling to hear that.'
Ferguson has helped Rashford with his fight, previously pledging £2m towards the FareShare charity for which the Manchester United forward is an ambassador.
The 79-year-old, who left Manchester United in 2013, praised Rashford before he received the award from the FWA.
He said: 'I have known him since being a kid of 7 years of age, and seen him develop through the ranks of Manchester United into a truly wonderful person.
'Apart from his football life, what he has achieved in the last few months is quite astonishing, how he has helped the people in need is a truly amazing achievement.
'I would like to congratulate him on that. He has shown to young people in particular there is a different way of dealing with life.
'He has shown great humility, he has shown courage to do what he did, so this achievement is well deserved and should be recognised with what he has done.
'So Marcus, well done on a fantastic achievement.'
On Thursday, Rashford again stepped up pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson over free school meals in England with a call for an urgent review of the Government's policy.
The England and Manchester United striker has joined with TV chefs Jamie Oliver, Tom Kerridge, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and the actress Dame Emma Thompson to press ministers to develop a strategy which could help end child food poverty.
In their letter to the Prime Minister, backed by more than over 40 NGOs, charities and education leaders, they welcomed the 'robustness' of his response to the 'inadequate' meal parcels being provided by some private companies.
However, they said that after a series of problems – including over vouchers and the holiday provision of meals – that had arisen during the pandemic, it was the right time to 'step back and review the policy in more depth'.
Earlier, Home Secretary Priti Patel became the latest senior minister to condemn food provider, Chartwells, after images showing the poor-quality hampers were widely shared on social media.
'The company that were involved with that appalling display of food parcels should be ashamed of themselves quite frankly,' she told ITV's This Morning.
'It was thoroughly unacceptable and it is right that the Government are investigating them. I personally think some action should be taken against that company.'