Although the conflict between the players and the Badminton Denmark has been resolved, it throws it's still a shadow over the Danish national team, who in these days are gathered for the european championships for mixed teams in Frederiksberg Hallerne.
It marks national team player Mia Blichfeldt, who was the only signed an individual agreement, during the conflict, while the other players insisted on a collective agreement.
She was experiencing to continue, that the mood on the team is different than before.
- It has come up behind me, how I have been treated by some. There have been some that have taken a little distance.
- But it is not something I have the desire to spend energy on. I have just listed to me, as I usually do and said hello, and then they themselves about how they will treat me, she says.
She all the way through been very happy with his decision and the consequence of it, and she has at no time regretted her choice to write under an individual agreement.
- I think I had regrets, if I had not done it. I could feel the same, when I came into the linked again, that it was the right thing I had done.
She hopes that EM can be used to see forward and to show that the team essentially has a strong community.
Singlespilleren Hans-Kristian Vittinghus, who was the players ' spokesman during the conflict, also calls on all to look to the future. He says that the players at a meeting before the first training after the conflict, was agreed on just that.
- Damesinglerne have really much use for Mia, for she is one of the very best we have here at home, and Mia have really much use for the other, so it's bloody stupid, if there is someone who goes and bears a grudge over something that happened during the conflict.
He is aware, however, that it may take some time before everything is back as it was in the top of Danish badminton.
- We have been out for almost two months, and the battle lines were drawn fairly sharply up. Of course, there are some people who have some emotions well involved in the whole negotiation process, so it will take some time before we are back to normal, but we must go back, said Vittinghus.
the national Coach Kenneth Jonassen does not hide that not everything is as before, although he seems to træningerne has gone well for the first 14 days, since the conflict was resolved.
- There is no doubt that we will just have to see each other, but all agree that we are here for each other's best, he says.