Mark-Jan Fledderus is outraged by the fact that journalist Stefan Bleeker of RTV North decided to broadcast the images of his striking movement towards an opponent. Bleeker had permission to film the former technical director of FC Groningen the entire match, but Fledderus would have preferred that the much-discussed fragment not be broadcast. In a broadcast of FC Afkicken, Fledderus is confronted with his attempt to not have the images broadcast.
Last week, the current technical manager of the Eredivisie CV was in the news, after images of Fledderus emerged showing him punching an opponent in the face. If it were up to the 41-year-old Coevorde resident, the images would not have been broadcast by journalist Stefan Bleeker: “He was quite angry that I was going to broadcast those images,” Bleeker said afterwards in the podcast De Koffiecorner. “Pathetic man, this and that. That’s what he said to me.”
Article continues below video
Bleeker then informed Fledderus by telephone that he would broadcast the images: “I then called him to explain that. Well, that was not the most pleasant conversation. It tells me something about what he is like,” Bleeker says. On. In the live show of FC Rehab On the final day of the transfer market, Fledderus is confronted with his statements to the journalist: “He (Bleeker, ed.) said this week that you called him a pathetic little man,” said presenter Neal Petersen to the technical manager.
“A pathetic little man?” Fledderus then asks Petersen. “Okay, I didn’t hear that,” says Fledderus, after which he remains silent and seems to make it clear that he indeed told this to the reporter. RTV North said. It provides the necessary schadenfreude at the table FC Rehab.
Look at here the images of Fledderus’ incident on the Groningen amateur fields!