Pending a decision by the UEFA Disciplinary Committee, Bodø/Glimt coach, Kajitel Knutsen (53) has been provisionally suspended from matches under the auspices of UEFA.
The same goes for Roma goalkeeper coach Nuno Santos. Confirms UEFA In a press release on Monday.
Before the end of the week, it became known that UEFA had opened a disciplinary case after the events that arose in the aftermath of Glimt’s 2-1 victory over its guests, Roma, in the quarter-finals of the Conference League.
UEFA has now announced that Knutsen and Santos are “temporarily suspended” pending a decision. The two are being investigated for violating two UEFA rules, which you can read in the facts box below.
Budo / Glimt alerts Shortly after the UEFA press release they will appeal the decision.
We were surprised and shocked by UEFA’s decision. We’ll resume, and we’ll work on it all evening, they write, mentioning that they’ll have a meeting later tonight.
Spaniard Pedro Tomas is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Appeals Committee. He has held this position since July 2011.
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Knutsen and Santos are said to have been involved in rioting in the players’ tunnel after Thursday’s quarter-final match between Bodo/Glimt and Roma in Aspmera. There was Joe & Amp between the two seats throughout the match.
In the players’ tunnel after the match, Roma goalkeeper coach Nuno Santos was said to have strangled Knutsen. Glimt’s coach responded by putting the Portuguese on the ground, Glimt claims.
Bodo/Glimt reported Santos to the police After the events in the player tunnel.
In many Italian media, it was depicted that Knutsen hit Santos in the face. Captain Roma Lorenzo Pellegrini As it crashed against Glimt He claimed that Knutsen was the one who attacked the goalkeeper coach, who She was in bad weather before.
In retrospect, Glimt reports Santos to the police, who are now trying to find video evidence of the accident.
VG tried to contact Frode Thomassen, general manager of Bodø/Glimt, but to no avail.
Fighting for the semi-finals
Bodo/Glimt won their first two matches against Roma 2-1 after goals by Ulrike Saltnis and Hugo Vetelsen.
The Norwegian champions arrived in the Italian capital on Monday to prepare for the return leg against Roma. In the bowl is a semi-final ticket where the winner meets Leicester City or PS in Eindhoven.
The two teams were in matches in their leagues at home on Sunday. Bodo/Glimt scooped all three points with a 2-1 away win over Sandfjord, while Roma won by the same number in their home game against Salernitana.
Even after that match Focus was on non-sporting events, Mourinho complained after the match.
He has since fEat the slippery slope of Salernitana’s Sports Director.
You can see highlights of that match here:
Ahead of settling back on Thursday, Nordland Police District urged supporters to exercise caution.
They also multiply The power of settlement in Rome.
– See that things have changed. It was the Italian media that started it, with headlines making her a fiery affair with Glimt. Glimt has gone from being a club without enemies to someone who appears as an enemy. Therefore, we must take action, says Head of Police Operations at Bodø Police Station, Vigaard Christiansen, to VG.
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