As the glowing AGF is has aliens, integration, Mattias Tesfaye clearly not much to spare for the FC Copenhagen.
on Monday afternoon, the socialist minister in a tweet on the social media Twitter, where he in clear terms told, what he thinks about the hovedstadsklubben.
It came to pass ahead of the FC Copenhagen Europa League quarter-final against Manchester United in Cologne. Tesfaye has also found it difficult with the English team, so in his tweet, he described his dilemma:
Judas Stage is, of course, a reference to Jens Stage, there for a little over a year ago switched to FC Copenhagen and AGF, while the minister appears to have been inspired by the Brøndby-fans on Twitter, who call their former Polish top scorer Kamil Wilczek for Kamil Paycheck.
Mattias Tesfayes controversial tweet survived only 45 minutes. Aliens and integrationsministeren then chose to delete it, but several Twitter users have responded to Tesfayes tweet.
Mattias Tesfaye call Jens Stage for the Judas Stage. Photo: Liselotte Sabroe/Ritzau Scanpix
In a response to the Danish people's party Peter Skaarup explains Tesfaye, that football for him is fun and games and banter between the clubs.
'But when I can see it will be understood in the context of threats, and second, I seem suddenly not so fun anymore. And so I draw me,' writes Tesfaye.
the Extra Leaf has sent a number of questions to Mattias Tesfaye via the ministry's press officer. He turned back without answering the questions.
the Minister does not want to answer the question of why he finds it okay to mention footballers like Judas and PayCheck.
Matthias Tesfaye is to turn out in the form of backstroke with his response, which it has sent:
"For me, football is fun and games and banter between the clubs. But I was made aware that my tweet was read in continuation of the threats against the players. And so I think suddenly not so fun anymore. Therefore, the deleted I it".
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