Christopher Barmen and Mikel Andersen, who were in charge of Sunday’s game against Sandyfjord following the Bran scandal, will not appear in training on Monday.
This is what the club president confirmed BA.
– We accept that they are mentally tired and that they are not feeling well at the moment, and therefore are not ready for training, Chairman Berger Grefstad tells the newspaper.
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Saturday morning Tell Bran coach Eric Hornland That Brann’s players will be in charge of coaching the club this weekend.
None of them were in the team against Sandydefjord on Sunday night either.
Bran stated before the weekend that neither of the two is under police investigation after the replay at Brann Stadium last week.
Two players did not train after the agreement with Mikel Andersen and Christopher Barmen. The two are not under investigation by the police. This issue has been a serious burden to them and we agree that they are past training and not suitable for tomorrow’s match. I’m just asking everyone to think and not contribute to rumors and incitement that goes beyond the permissible limit. This is a demanding issue, Bran’s general manager, Vibeki Johansen, said before the weekend.
The night before Wednesday, it became known for the first time that several Brann players came in and had a nachspiel at Brann Stadion on Tuesday night. It all started as a dinner to incorporate this summer’s new signings into the group of players, but they ended up having an on-court party.
In recent days, it emerged that twelve Bran players and seven women had been arrested by a nachspielet, and on Friday afternoon, police came out with a message that they were investigating possible sexual assault linked to the party.
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