His coach Oswaldo de Oliveira told Lancenet that the player had calmed down and that there were no hard feelings.
“Seedorf is a smart guy, polite and above all obedient. It is a privilege working with him.
“I can guarantee that he is sorry for what he has done…..I do not allow disrespect of colleagues. But arguments are normal.
“It’s nothing extraordinary, he is sorry and apologised.”
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