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Monday was the aliens and the integration minister, Mathias Tesfaye, the ears in the machine, as he called Jens Stage and Kamil Wilczek for the 'Judas Stage' and 'Kamil Paycheck'.
even Though the minister quickly got pulled in country, so was the damage happened, and the latest to join the chorus with hovedrysten is Spillerforeningen, has been asked about their attitude to tweetet by the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
- It disappoints us to see that an elected politician, as even the minister, calling the players to some nicknames. It is as if, when it is about sports, then you can afford to call people what you want.
- I think not, to the internal of the Castle calling each other Judas, when they change political party, says Michael Sahl Hansen, who is the director of Spillerforeningen.
The tweet was over the line for what you can afford in our lens, sounds it on.
Mathias Tesfaye has not just one, but two times, even changed the 'team' inside the 'Castle', as he previously has been a member of both the SF and Enhedslisten.
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While Spillerforeningen not impressed, takes the president of the Danish Football Fanklubber, Christian Kokholm Rothmann, the more quiet. He notes over for Jyllands-Posten, that he will not do to judge of, and the sea, one can afford or not afford to write.
Mathias Tesfaye has Monday been out and apologize for his Tweet.
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