Last week was the opposite of Nick Rosenborg Nicklas Bendtner (30). On Thursday he scored a goal that helped the team at the end of the cup, while on Friday he was sentenced to 50 days of unconditional arrest and paid 11,300 Danish crowns in resignation.
The Danish city court saw no reason to release Bendtner due to the emergency, but released the driver for attempted violence.
Bendtner appealed the verdict in place, and therefore the case must be dealt with in the Danish district court before there can be a valid verdict.
Rosenborg declared, and proved letting Bendtner play that violence has no consequences for the Danish future at the club.
"We defend Nicklas as a person, but not the act that is condemned in this case. We can not comment on the circumstances surrounding the event," the club wrote in a press release.
Must area in Denmark
However, practically practical, a possible trial in the case of an appeal will have consequences for the day of training of the star. This confirms the associate professor Henning Fuglsang Sørensen at the Faculty of Law of the University of Southern Denmark, in front of Adresseavisen.
If Bendtner returns to be sentenced to unconditional custody, it is possible to apply for the awarding position and penalize the penalty with the footnote if the sentence is less than 60 days in prison.
But even though Bendtner gets a footnote, he does not get to work with Rosenborg in Norwegian territory.
"You can request a photography link, but you must stay in Denmark and live here," says Sørensen.
He also says that he is quickly summoned to sin in Denmark, usually within a month.
incident of violence
The background of the verdict is that the RBK player this fall, according to the witnesses and witnesses involved, ended in a heated discussion with a taxi driver in Copenhagen. The reason must be, among other things, that the couple thought the driver had driven a different way than they wanted.
After the couple left the taxi, the video shows that the driver shouts "his little foxoso stronger" after Roepstorff. In his explanation, the driver claimed that in exchange Bendtner had to submit more racist comments about him.
Under his explanation, Bendtner admitted that he took down the driver of the taxi, but denied that he had kicked the driver while lying. It did not belong to an actor who said that the video document showed the opposite.
Against the Danish Berlingske Tidende, Bendtner's father-in-law, Jens Erik Roepstorff, expressed his support for the condemned football player.
– I think the sentence is hard. For me it is surprising that the court of the city makes judgments for reasons instead of facts. During the day I followed the direct updates of the city court and there I can read that nobody saw Nicklas kick the taxi driver, told the newspaper the day the sentence fell.
Shortly after the violence became known, Danish coach Åge Hareide said convicted soccer players could not play the national team. He's done it again.
– When you commit a violent act, you must be responsible. You are convicted and sentenced to punishment, then you will return to society as usual again. This should be, Hareide told BT.
Bendtner was the key to the press after the trial on Friday, but was announced for the first time in an Instagram post:
"I do not have much to say, more than that, of course, I am anchored, wrote Bendtner.
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