Ståle Solbakken caused a stir when the team performed against Jordan and Georgia on Tuesday.
And at the press conference held at the Olival stadium, he bowed his head forward. There he had a red spot:
– He said: I am undergoing treatment.
Today, a new spot has attracted attention – this time in Sweden. When national team coach Jan Andersson presented the lineup against Estonia (September 9) and Austria (September 12), he opened in the same way as Solbakken:
– I should start by saying I spilled the ketchup, if you’re wondering what that is.
Then he continued what he said In reality I was going to talk about — team selection.
Solbaken had a somewhat more dramatic explanation for the spot on his head when asked by Dagbladet after yesterday’s press conference:
– I’ve been bald for a very long time. I’ve had some sun damage. To prevent it from deteriorating into something more sinister, she underwent solar radiation therapy. There are some creams that give a blistering feel to the rash. It’s not a pretty sight. But we are not fools, right?
As with Norway, Sweden emerged lopsided in the EU qualifiers. In this case, it concerns the positions in the performances.
Austria tops the group with ten points. Then it is followed by Belgium (seven points), Sweden (three points), Estonia (one point) and Azerbaijan (zero points).
The top two teams qualify for the European Championship qualifiers in Germany next summer.
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