Norway under 21 team player wounded in TA promenade brawl

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June 17, 2013 05:07

 
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A player and a manager from Norway’s under 21 national team were injured during a brawl that broke out early Sunday morning outside a club on the Tel Aviv promenade, police reported Sunday. The player, Marcus Federson, and a team manager were lightly hurt but did not need medical treatment.

Around 4 a.m. Sunday police received a call about a brawl outside the Clara nightclub next to the Dolphinarium and sent large number of special patrol officers to the scene.

Police detained two suspects involved in the brawl, a 25- year-old Ashdod resident, and a 23-year-old Kfar Saba man.

The fight came hours after the Norwegian under-21 team was defeated in the semi-finals of the Under 21 Championship 3-0 by Spain.

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