“About a year ago we found ourselves able to help some friends, the players of RC Polytechnic in Kiev. Without any hesitation, we did what we were sure they would have done for us in the same conditions and situation. We helped their families, doing everything very instinctively without pondering what the consequences would be. For once, this kind of recklessness is something we are proud of. Help and assistance do not end when the most urgent problem seems to be solved. We learned about the lives of others. It has been a beautiful collective effort, and I am grateful to all the people who, as spontaneously as we did, agreed to embark on this journey. We are a club, we play sports, we are not a voluntary association, so we all had to learn together, step by step, what the real needs of these people were. However, there is one person in particular to whom all my gratitude goes. His name is Igor Dzyubich who, from Kiev and then from the border, coordinated the departure and arrival of so many families and especially his own, placing in the hands of strangers like us, what he holds most dear, namely his wife, his mother and his children. I am grateful to Igor because he is a man of extraordinary courage and is the person who truly deserves this mention more than anyone else”.