Barnsley boss Daniel Stendel skips his press call when the police urges people to come forward while they & # 39; tunnel attack & # 39; of Joey Barton, but the assistant insists that German is & # 39; in a good mood & # 39;
- Barnsley assistant manager Dale Tonge was facing the media on Wednesday morning
- Tonge said that Daniel Stendel after & # 39; great spirits & # 39; is in Oakwell
- It is claimed that Joey Barton attacked Stendel after Barnsley & # 39; s victory over Fleetwood
The alleged clashes with Joey Barton have had no effect on Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel, his assistant said.
Dale Tonge watched the media in Oakwell on Wednesday morning, just 100 meters from the tunnel where Fleetwood boss Barton would have attacked the German after the home team's 4-2 win on Saturday.
& # 39; He is in a good mood & # 39 ;, said Tonge van Stendel, who then needed a dental procedure to repair two front teeth. & # 39; We had a great win over the weekend. & # 39;
Barnsley assistant manager Dale Tonge, pictured for Torquay in 2013
Tonge says Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel after the events on Saturday & # 39; good & # 39; is
The police contacted Fleetwood for an interview with their manager Joey Barton
The police are investigating the alleged incident, interviewing Stendel and approaching Fleetwood, while Barnsley has filed a complaint with the English Football League and Football Association. The police have now called for more people to come forward if they have information that can help with their investigation.
Camera crews have since descended on League One promotional clothes, but Tonge, who played for Barnsley and Rotherham United, insisted there was no distraction prior to an Easter weekend against Shrewsbury and Plymouth.
& # 39; Not at all, & # 39; he said. & # 39; The gaffer is a professional. Any extra media – it's something that happens. There may have been a few television cameras, but they haven't been training yet, so it hasn't been any different.
Barton was stopped by Oakwell on Saturday to leave by the police, but was not arrested
& # 39; I don't think it has had any impact. It has been a positive week training that we see day in day out, nothing has changed. It is going well. & # 39;
Tonge opened the press conference by reading a statement saying he could not comment on the allegations during the ongoing investigations. However, he paid tribute to Stendel's traits.
& # 39; I think certain things happen in football & # 39 ;, he said. & # 39; The gaffer does not change. He is still very energetic, very enthusiastic, so I didn't expect anything else.
Barton was involved in a fracas with Barnsley manager Stendel on Saturday
& # 39; He is an accomplished professional so I expected that this would be nothing but what it was. He is led from the front and keeps the focus on football and that is how it should be. & # 39;
Barnsley keeper Adam Davies was singing on the same hymn album. & # 39; As players, we stick to what we do, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; Nothing has changed. We are only concentrating on the two games this weekend. Nothing has really changed. He has been the same. He's a good man. & # 39;
Highlight Joey Barton's controversial career
December 2004 – Stubs lit cigar in the eye of young teammate Jamie Tandy during the Manchester City Christmas party.
Joey Barton pushed a cigar into the eyes of a young player in December 2004 in Manchester City
Fined six weeks of wages by the club. Forced to pay a four-week salary – around £ 60,000 – immediately, with another two weeks suspended for a year. Tandy later sued Barton and won £ 65,000 in damages.
July 2005 – Involved in a fight with a 15-year-old Everton fan at the City team hotel in Bangkok during a pre-season tour.
Barton received an eight-week fine for an incident involving a 15-year-old Everton fan
Eight weeks of wages stipulated by City after he was found guilty of gross misconduct.
September 2006 – Drops his shorts toward Everton fans after City's 1-1 draw at Goodison Park.
Barton & # 39; mooned & # 39; Everton fans in Goodison Park in September 2006
May 2007 – Suspended by City after a fight with the training ground with Ousmane Dabo, as a result of which his teammate needs hospital treatment.
To be continued with violence and on July 1, 2008 a prison sentence of four months suspended. Also punished by FA with a ban of 12 games – six of which have been suspended – and a fine of £ 25,000.
May 2008 – Jailed for six months after admitting a common attack and injury during an incident in Liverpool city center in December last year.
Barton depicted at Liverpool Crown Court was imprisoned for six months for assault
November 2010 – Punching Blackburn winger Morten Gamst Pedersen during a 2-1 defeat for Newcastle in St James & # 39; Park.
Barton is banned from three games for hitting Morten Gamst Pedersen, pictured
Accepts a FA charge and is banned for three games.
January 2012 – unleashes an online tirade against the football association and calls it an & # 39; Orwellian organization & # 39; who needs a & # 39; drastic commotion & # 39 ;.
May 2012 – While playing for QPR, Carlos Tevez is eliminated for elbow on the last day of the season in Manchester City.
Barton was banned for 12 games for a series of attacks while playing for QPR against H is the former club Manchester City
Sergio Aguero also knees, and tries to defeat Vincent Kompany before he is sent off the field. Banned later for 12 games.
September 2016 – Now a Rangers player, Barton is banned from the training field of the club after an alleged exchange of words with teammate Andy Halliday.
While playing for Rangers in Scotland, Barton again had disciplinary problems