Joey Barton laughs and laughs in Fleetwood Town training as manager is first seen since Barnsley filed official EFL and FA complaints about alleged attack by their manager
- Fleetwood manager Joey Barton looked good when he was training
- Barnsley filed an official complaint after Barton reportedly attacked their manager
- He was involved in a fracas with Daniel Stendel after Saturday's game
Controversies may once again surround Joey Barton, but the manager of Fleetwood Town seemed to be in a good mood when he trained on Tuesday.
Barton laughed and smiled as he supervised his team at the training center on the Lancashire, after their League One defeat in Barnsley on Saturday.
After the game, Barton and Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel were involved in a confrontation in which the boss of Fleetwood reportedly attacked the German.
Fleetwood Town manager Joey Barton looked good when he trained on Tuesday
Barton smiled and smiled as he supervised his team at their training center on the Lancashire
Barnsley filed an official FA complaint after Barton reportedly attacked their manager
On Tuesday, Barnsley confirmed that they have filed an official complaint with the Football League and the Football Association.
A club statement read: "Barnsley can confirm that it has filed a formal complaint with both the EFL and the FA. This is the result of an alleged incident at the end of the match on Saturday, April 13 between Joey Barton and Daniel Stendel.
& # 39; The club is currently also working with the police and assisting with all questions about the incident. No further comments will be made while police investigations are ongoing. & # 39;
Barton was stopped by Oakwell on Saturday to leave by the police, but was not arrested
The police have already spoken to Stendel. Sportsmail understands that the German met officers in Oakwell on Monday, and it is claimed that conversations lasted more than an hour.
Stendel, 45, underwent dental emergencies following claims that he had been left in the tunnel by Barton at the end of Saturday's collision.
Insiders have said that Stendel then hit his head against a metal support on the side of the tunnel and damaged two front teeth.
Barton was involved in a fracas with Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel after Saturday's game
Barton was more controversial when a female police officer prevented his car, driven by Fleetwood chief executive Steve Curwood, from leaving the ground. The car was allowed to continue after a distance of two minutes.
The 37-year-old was therefore not interviewed by the police and by Sunday afternoon the Fleetwood manager was still not questioned.
A South Yorkshire police spokesperson said: & # 39; South Yorkshire police will continue to investigate reports of an attack at Barnsley Football Club in the afternoon of Saturday, April 13. No arrests have been made and investigations are continuing. & # 39;