Glimt Vitelsen imprinted after death

Glimt Vitelsen imprinted after death

– It finally settled down, says Hugo Vetlesen to TV 2.

Bodo/Glimt’s midfield was relieved and satisfied by the superb goal in a 3-0 win over Hamkam in Aspmira on Sunday.

– There was a lot of going off in the first stint, so it was great when I got in. I realized very early on that it was a good shot,” Vetlesen says of the goal.

The recording tasted very good after a difficult time for Vittlesen.

– First of all, there have been a lot of ups and downs for other reasons, so there have been a lot in recent weeks, says Vitelsen.

Brigitte: It’s been a tough few weeks for Hugo Vitelsen. Photo: Marius Simensen/Bilderbronn

In a short time he lost his grandparents in France.

There is a mother who lost her parents. Last week I learned that my grandmother had died, and yesterday I learned that my grandfather had passed. It’s not really fun, but that’s the way it is, he says.

The 23-year-old says his grandparents have been an important support in his career.

– It was too predictable (death), especially with my grandfather at the end, so I managed to turn it away. That’s what it is, says Vetlesen.

– But apparently there’s been a lot going on lately. He continues: It was a small leak of energy for me.

Now Vetlesen will focus on the upcoming TV2 international matches against Scotland (June 17) and Cyprus (June 20).

– There are two very important matches, and I will contribute whatever I can. Brice (Wimpamgomo) and Pat (Berg) and I will contribute whatever we can. It’s exciting to have international matches again, says Vitelsen.

Summary: Bodo/Glimt-Hammam 3-0

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