Levski fines Sundberg for his red card against Botev Vratsa – Levski

Levski fines Sundberg for his red card against Botev Vratsa – Levski
Levski fines Sundberg for his red card against Botev Vratsa – Levski

Levski head coach Stanimir Stoilov revealed that the club fined Noah Sonko Sundberg for his red card against Botev Vratsa.

“Noah has become a key player in our team. Takes part in all matches. One of the important players in the defense line. So far he has played solidly. In view of the absence, I think our other players can also take this responsibility. It’s not nice when a player of Noah’s class is missing. We have other options to play in a three-man defense,” Sundberg commented.

“I spoke to Sonko in my tone, in which you know him well. I always look for my problems in us. Noah gave the referee the opportunity to show a red card. For this he will be punished and fined. We received an apology from him and an assurance that this will not happen again. I doubt there was a deliberate attempt at foul play. I didn’t see a hit, I didn’t see an injury on the player. I hope the judges rule like that in every situation. I have no complaints about the referee’s decision,” he added.

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