Criticism: “Expelled in Germany”:
Diorgarden’s head coach Kim Bergstrand and his assistant Thomas Lagerlöf made one Interview with Aftonbladet. In a TV clip posted on the site, but later removed, Bergstrand spoke of driving, which was the main topic of the interview.
He says, among other things, that one can contemplate and read about what other wise men, or good leaders who have led the people, have done and meet Germany under the leadership of Adolf Hitler.
The statement sparked reactions
In the interview with Aftonbladet, Kim Bergstrand said the following:
“I mean you can say what you want about some terrible people who lived in Germany in the 1930s and 1940s. But they got people to do things in one context. Then the methods and things like that could be discussed, but there are things that they did too – you can learn from it or not. “.
The statement sparked reactions and the coach apologizes.
I don’t stand with these kinds of opinions associated with harsh, sad and dark times of that time. Kim Bergstrand says my linguistic and logical choices were not well chosen and I am sorry for that Club website.
When SVT Sport meets Kim Bergstrand at the training facility, he develops his thoughts on what he has said and describes him as very stupid. He also says it was part of a long debate.
Driving can be used for both good and bad. It’s a very powerful medium of power, and that’s what it was all about. You can end up getting very wrong, there are examples of this in the world all the time and it can lead to good things if the driving is good. It was a great context. It was just too stupid to ever open that door and talk about it, says Coach.
“A very good and wise person”
Djurgården Bosse’s sporting director Andersson told SVT Sport that they had a meeting about the situation during the morning.
We discussed the interview in Aftonbladet, the animation was unhappy in this context, it was wrong, says Boss Anderson and continues:
– He is a very kind and wise person. And in the role of coach we have complete confidence in Kim Bergstrand.
It is very difficult to run a football club, you can make mistakes. And that was unfortunate, but it’s not something we ever give up.
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