BODØ / OSLO (VG) Police needed reinforcements due to noise in the player’s tunnel after the match between Bodø / Glimt and Roma.
– We received a message at 2349 and were called up from the patrols at Aspmyra, COO Kai Eriksen tells VG.
There were verbal allegations first, then a physical accident between the two training teams in the player’s tunnel After the Conference League match, which Bodo/Glimt won 2-1.
He says the police were assisted by the Italian police who were at the scene due to some language challenges.
No one was hurt, and he finally calmed down.
According to VG’s experience, there was one in Roma’s coaching staff who confronted Glimt coach Kjetil Knutsen after the match, and that started the riot. It is said that one of Roma’s assistant coaches physically attacked the Norwegian coach.
Roma player Lorenzo Pellegrini has a different version. say to Sky Italia It was Glimt’s coach who attacked Roma goalkeeper coach Nuno Gomez.
– First he said something to him, then he physically assaulted him, as he said Sky Sport Italia.
– It is sad, because such behavior is an insult to Roma, the players and the supporting apparatus. The national team player says it is completely shameful.
Sources with whom Avisa Nordland has been in contact say she experienced the situation as the opposite.
The whole thing must have happened very loudly, according to Avissa Nordland’s sources.
Knutsen has not yet commented on Pellegrini’s claim.
Knutsen slammed Roma seat in the press conference after the match. He said there were heated discussions throughout the match.
– He’s the assistant coach who simply acts like an idiot. He started teasing me before the match, and he keeps doing that throughout the match. As little “fair play” as possible. It was a special way of acting that I had never experienced before.
Eriksen, director of operations, says neither side wanted to report, and that if something else happened, it had to be UEFA. The police task force leader immediately told TV2 that UEFA was in the process of creating a disciplinary case.
Bodø/Glimt confirms to VG that there was an incident after the match against Roma, but refers to the police for further comment.
It was TV2 Who mentioned the case for the first time.
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