After Putin began a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian football competition has been halted for at least 30 days.

After Russia’s president Vladimir Putin launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Premier League has been halted for at least 30 days.

The league was scheduled to resume play on Friday following its winter break, however the league announced on their official website that the start had been postponed due to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s midnight declaration of martial law.

There are now uncertainties as to whether Ukraine’s World Cup play-off match against Scotland in Glasgow on March 24 will go through as planned.

After Putin gave the order for his forces to launch an all-out war on Ukraine with missiles and bombs, tanks rolling across the border from Belarus, troops parachuted down on eastern regions, and explosions seen across the country, Russia launched an all-out war on Ukraine with missiles and bombs, tanks rolling across the border from Belarus, and troops parachuted down on eastern regions.

‘Hundreds’ of Ukrainian troops were slain in the early engagements, according to Kiev, when the fight came at them from all sides at once. From east to west, cruise missiles, guided bombs, and GRAD rockets targeted airfields, military bases, ammo dumps, and command posts.

It happened after Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered an unusual early-morning address to the Russian people in which he announced a “special military operation” to “de-militarize” and “de-Nazify” Ukraine, effectively declaring war.

Russian President Vladimir Putin also delivered a terrifying warning to any countries considering assisting Ukraine, threatening ‘consequences greater than any you have faced in history.’

Five Russian jets are said to have been shot down over eastern Donbass.

Heavy artillery, tanks, and troops from Russia and Belarus attacked Ukrainian border guards, according to Ukrainian border guards, while Belarusian tyrant Alexander Lukashenko threw his forces into the war.

The eastern Ukrainian cities of Luhansk, Sumy, Kharkiv, and Chernihiv all reported being attacked, while blasts were also recorded in the west, near the Polish border in Zhytomyr and Lviv.

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