Responds to fans’ open letters: “Then I take responsibility”
After Djurgården's derby loss (1-4) against AIK on Sunday, Dif fans wrote an open letter demanding a public apology. Now Dif's sports director Bosse Andersson answers. - Then it is wrong for an incompetent sports manager and I take responsibility for that, he says to Fotboll Sthlm .
Djurgården was totally run over by AIK in Sunday’s derby at Tele 2 arena, after the crash in the second half. The day after the match, several of Djurgården’s supporter groups published an open letter on social media.
The title was “enough is enough”, which means “enough is enough” in Swedish.
- Football always affects people, players, leaders and also me. I have the greatest respect for the disappointment and that it will be very emotional. That is probably what creates the interest in football, that people think and think, still Football Sthlm .
He says he understands the angry supporters.
- I have respect for that, you are not better than the last match. It is tough of course, but at the same time we have a responsibility to run a football club in the long term, he says and continues:
Invited to extra meeting
After the derby loss, supporters have called for an extra member meeting, something that Bosse Andersson does not strongly believe in.
- I do not think that the best solution is to sit in a member meeting with players who will explain the outcome of this particular match.
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After the derby match, Bosse Andersson was demoted, he says, at the same time as he takes some of the blame for the derby failure.
- We try to answer and be available. If there are incompetent players and leaders in our group, it is not the fault, then it is the fault of an incompetent sports manager and I take responsibility for that.