FC Copenhagen’s Kamil Grabara sent a pill against clubmate and rival Mathew Ryan on Saturday after the latter’s big mistake against Argentina at the World Cup.
“It must have been politics,” Grabara wrote on Twitter, followed by a flashing smiley, shortly after Ryan had lost the ball to an Argentine and cost a crucial goal in Australia’s 1-2 defeat.
It can hardly be interpreted as anything other than a comment on an interview that Ryan did with TV 2 about the situation in FC Copenhagen just before the World Cup.
Grabara thus ended the autumn as the clear first choice in FCK after recovering from an injury, and this is not only due to sporting reasons, believes Ryan, who has played 11 games for FCK.
“I feel badly affected that I am not playing at the moment compared to what I have shown since I joined the club. I kind of feel that it’s political reasons why I don’t play”, Ryan said, among other things, to TV 2.
FC Copenhagen’s sporting director, Peter ‘PC’ Christiansen, has clearly rejected Ryan’s feeling.
“Firstly, we can state once again – and hopefully once and for all – that the team in FCK is always based on sporting assessments from the head coach and nothing else”.
“Politics, transfer plans or anything else has nothing to do with it and never will,” wrote Peter ‘PC’ Christiansen in an email to TV 2 Sport.
Grabara, like Ryan, is selected for the WC. However, he has not yet been on the field for Poland, who face France in their round of 16 on Sunday.
Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.
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