The Danish national team has the knife to the throat before skæbnekampene against Brazil and France.
A position, Klavs Bruun Jørgensen also has put itself in. Before the finals said the national coach, that he would stop, if it does not go further from the group stage.
Nothing is decided yet, but it looks difficult out. However, Klavs Bruun Jørgensen worry, because the conversation just falls on his exit announcement. To have put an unnecessarily - and perhaps unnecessary - pressure in retrospect?
"I think the players ultimately don't care who is the coach. They would rather just win the fight. I don't think it means anything. I think they give everything they possibly have," says the Danish national coach.
He was clearly disappointed when he met the press after. The defeat at 25-26 to Germany hurt. And it put Denmark in a position where the red and white should win over Brazil and France. Smoking Denmark, the last two matches of the WORLD cup group phase have the potential to become Klavs Bruun Jørgensen's last two as national coach.
He is thinking not so much in the 'promise' he has made. Also not in proportion to the pressure.
"from time to time. It takes I very calmly and quietly," says Klavs Bruun Jørgensen, who after the battle made no secret he was unhappy.
"We're burning the absurdly much. To start with, we play really well, and then we come large the rear and must all the time be and big us up. So pursue the us. Then we have periods where we are going to put us well and created chances. And so we burn and start to become unsafe. So here they are technical errors, that's just dødsyge to look at," came the honest from the national coach.
And the errors were many during the fight, especially in the offensive. It was burned, taken bad decisions and it seemed unsafe. In the opposite end stood Sandra Toft a strong fight, but it didn't change, that Denmark went from the pitch as a loser.
The many errors mind national coach was not due to nervousness, but otherwise he had not many words to put on them after the fight.
"I have many thoughts about it, but I'll keep for myself," said Klavs Bruun Jørgensen.Updated Date: 03 December 2019, 14:00