After a training ground bust up with his team mate Bassel Jradi, Kenyan international goalkeeper Arnold Origi has said he regrets his actions and wants a peaceful coexistence with Jradi for the good of their team, Lillestrom.
The two were involved in a bust up on the training field two days before the Sunday 11 September game against Odd while Lillestrom lost.
The scuffle, which was not the first between the two players saw them both suspended from the team but they have since made steps to restore peace between themselves.
“I’ll take responsibility for that we fought in training. I called to him, because I wanted us to perform. I shouted: – Pull yourself together. He said things back and attacked me. We had to be separated, Origi was quoted by nrk.no
On his part, Bassel admitted to the repeat offence but admitted it would be the last.
“He shouted at me and I to him, and then he came flying. We had to be separated. He would beat me, and I would beat him. It has happened before between us, but not so violently. I also felt like a traitor. This is the last time the fighting,” he said