Ex-Hibs casual in Ukraine to fight Russia 'intends to kill as many as he can'
8th March 2022

A FORMER Hibs casual fighting Russians in Ukraine said he intends to kill as many as he can.

Robert Grady, 61, has travelled to the frontline and is believed to be in Kyiv.


He has posed with an assault rifle in a picture on social media and vowed to defeat President Putin.

The grandad has built up a reputation around the Edinburgh-based club since the 1980s.

He was part of the Hibs casual group the Capital City Service.

And was given a football banning order in 2014 for taking part in a street fight following a cup final.

Now other football casuals, with military experience, are said to be on the verge of heading to Ukraine.

Earlier on, we told of how Robert posted a video on his Facebook page of him in full army camouflage, urging others to make the journey.

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It's reported the fearless fighter has previous military experience with the Territorial Army.

The Scot declared: "My names is Rob, I'm a 61-year-old grandad from Scotland.

"I've travelled to Ukraine to help them fight Russians.

"I'll do anything I can, in my power, to save Ukraine from Putin. Thank you.

"Anybody in the world, please help Ukraine. They need everybody to help – volunteers please."

I’m in Scotland but my parents are in Ukraine – they constantly hear rockets and the town is running out of supplies

We told how Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed to "kill every b*****d" who has shot civilians as he warned the West will be next if the world doesn't stop "the beast" Vladimir Putin.

His fighting talk comes as harrowing images have been emerging throughout the campaign showing innocent victims of the war – including a family dead by the roadside in Irpin, near Kyiv.

The 44-year-old former comedian – who is fast obtaining hero status for his stalwart wartime leadership – warned the world that Putin won't stop with Ukraine.

And it comes as the war rolls on with civilians baring the the brunt of the bloodshed as they come under indiscriminate shelling and rocket fire.

Russia continues its slow, grinding and costly advance towards Kyiv – losing 11,000 troops so far, according to the Ukrainians – amid ongoing peace talks.

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