Hareide admits: It is unfair

The Danish national team has an unfair advantage with a minimum of three home games for next year's european championship. It takes the national coach Åge Ha

Hareide admits: It is unfair

The Danish national team has an unfair advantage with a minimum of three home games for next year's european championship.

It takes the national coach Åge Hareide, when he looks towards the finals for the first time in the story is spread out over the whole of Europe.

"We have a tremendous advantage. I do not think that it is a concept, we get to see several times, for it is unfair," says Åge Hareide at the Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet.

the Norwegian sense that the frustration is started to spread.

"I have talked with several other teams, which must travel very, and also there are time differences involved. It provides many challenges."

"most travel, and there is among other things, a nation that must fly back and forth from Baku in Azerbaijan."

Åge Hareide mentions that Switzerland should be out on the long journey to Baku twice during the EM and fly via Rome, Italy.

"That is two to three-hour time difference," notes national coach.

He believes that Denmark should try to take advantage of the great advantage that the team can stay in familiar surroundings at the Hotel Marienlyst in Helsingør and play three games in Parken in Copenhagen.

"It is clear that we must exploit, that we can be in Denmark in the familiar environment and prepare for us there. Danes thrive in their own country, and then we just hope for good weather," says Hareide.

EM is held in 12 different countries from 12. June 12. July of next year. It is spread out to mark The European Football associations (Uefa) 60-year anniversary. Åge Hareide think that the most optimal is when the EM is held in a single or two host countries.

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Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 02:00

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