Brentford manager Thomas Frank has slammed Nottingham Forest in charge of injuring his goalkeeping coach in a collision that occurred before Saturday’s game.
The incident came as Brentford warmed up ahead of the game that ended in a 2-2 draw at the City Ground
. Warm up the players before the game as usual. Then the problem arises when the field caretaker of Forest walks into the penalty area. The two had an argument
, with Sotelo trying to push the staff away from the Brentford players.
The area where Brentford is warming up tells them to walk away, citing Brentford taking longer to warm up inside the box than the rule allowed. The UFABET report
Frank later said that Sotelo, who was Forest goalkeeping coach during Aitor Garanga’s time in charge, was also wounded by the incident
. The scars and I have pictures of the scars,” Frank says
. “I’m a little upset, so I’m not always an angel. And I try to do my best but my goalkeeper coach is very humble, there must be something that makes him angry.”
“I just hope everyone will check this out. There has to be a camera to capture it.”
The 49-year-old said he had never seen anything like it since his football career.
“But throughout my time in football, especially during my time in the Premier League, I’ve never seen a stadium attendant walking around in the middle of our warm-up circle
. But it surprised me a lot.”
Forest manager Steve Cooper did not comment on the incident.