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Media Learns of Stabbing of Promise’s Cousin


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Moscow, March 3 – The cousin of Spartak Moscow footballer Quincy Promes has filed a lawsuit against his relative demanding more than 1 million euros in damages for his knife injury, AD reports.
The trial is on Friday. Promes is not present at the meeting due to contractual obligations to Spartak.
Earlier, a criminal case was filed against the footballer on suspicion of involvement in armed attack and stabbing. The incident occurred at the end of July 2020. According to media reports, the player had a fight with his cousin during a party and stabbed him. On December 13, 2020, Promes was arrested, and on December 15 it was announced that he had been released, but in a suspected case.

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Dutch police also suspect that Promes was involved in cocaine trafficking and criminal organization activities. “The prosecutor in this case was going to petition to arrest the footballer. But he couldn’t risk arrest. He wanted to be here but now he needs to make a decision,” Promes’ lawyer, Robert Malevich, said at the start of the meeting.
Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Sports Spartak refused to send Promise an application for Russian citizenship. FC Moscow reports that the Ministry of Sports’ refusal to assist in obtaining a Dutch passport is linked to the player’s court cases in the Netherlands.
Promise 31 years old. He returned to Spartak in February 2021. Prior to that, the striker played for the white team from 2014 to 2018. As part of the Moscow team, Promes became the champion of Russia, the owner of the Cup and the Super Cup of the country.

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