Friday afternoon was the well-known tv host Jes Dorph-Petersen hosted a large-scale reception at his workplace, the Nordisk Film company, which produces 'Go' aften Danmark' for TV2, where the Jes for daily turns its folds.
the guest list spoke virtually all the country's tv personalities with names like Meyerheim, Gaardbo, Langkilde, Walsøe, Bellaiche, Crone, Tantholdt and Skammelsen.
however, There was also room for a number of names from the world of football.
Among other things, the former FCK-boss, Flemming Østergaard with the mafioso-sounding nickname, Don Island, which until recently were serving a sentence for market manipulation.
He and Jes Dorph has a close relationship, and have watched football together the past 25 years, said Østergaard, who was recently treated for cancer in the nose.
Jes Dorph-Petersen and Don Island, the interest in football in common. Photo: Mogens Flindt
Despite the cancer and the prison sentence was the mood, however, in the top of the previous fodboldboss that swept the neck with cokes and chatted with his old sportskollegaer.
- It is OK now. I have been through a little kræftlort and a little other stuff, said Flemming Østergaard, who, however, do not want to whine or see themselves as a victim.
- It should damn well not the pipe. After all, there are those who have it worse. So it should probably go, said the 75-year-old former chairman of the board of Parken Sport & Entertainment.
you Have come completely over to the other side of the disease now?
- Yes, yes. I've been through it all.
Jes and Judy have been close friends for more than 25 years. Photo: Mogens Flindt