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Daniel Stendel

Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel has recently been seen for the first time after being allegedly assaulted by Fleetwood boss, Joey Barton in a tunnel bust-up.

The assault occurred following a 4-2 Saturday home win against the Fleetwood Town on the 13 April 2019. According to a witness, Daniel lost two teeth to the incident and was left with blood all over his following a punch and head butt from his rival manager. And since then he had been away from the public view. Reports show Daniel Stendel has undergone emergency dental treatment following the reported incident.

On Monday morning, Stendel was seen arriving at the Barnsley’s training ground in a silver-painted Volkswagen. He made every attempt to hide his face as he arrived for the training session ahead of their key League One clash against Shrewsbury this Friday.

 “I was shocked when I heard of the tunnel fracas involving Barton at Barnsley after the players had left the pitch. This is the first case I've heard, considering how it was described by people that witnessed it. It was very disappointing, and one of the several challenges that football has to deal with. But I can assure you that the EFL will help to look into this alleged incident”, said the chief executive of the F.C, Shaun Harvey.

“Although the matter is off-the-field, the tunnel is still in the domain of the referee. We’ll work closely with everyone that matters to ensure this isn’t a case of who handles the matter but that the matter is properly dealt with. The investigation is ongoing as we speak, so we need to leave the matter for the appropriate authorities”, he told the BBC radio during a live sports programme.

On his coaching job, Stendel has challenged Barnsley’s team to play with a courage that has followed him in his career. Those who work with him describe this as a fun, transferable character.  According to him, it does not matter the team we are playing against, we must play our style, play active and play forward. All we want is to win any game. I like team spirit a lot.”

“It is vital we learn, and League One is a good place to start. It may seem difficult as most teams do not play from the back. But we learn new things on a weekly basis. Ultimately, I think the style can be successful”, he further states.

Success is what the club’s owners expected from Stendel. Even though Stendel has little more than a year’s experience of first-team management, he has confidence in his Barnsley project and feels he can bring everyone along for the ride.

About Daniel

On June 6th 2018, Daniel Stendel was appointed as the new manager of the League One club Barnsley on a 2-year deal.


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