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Name Kasper Dolberg
Gender Male
Ethnic Danish
Job Danish Footballer
Desc After just three months in the Ajax first-team, Kasper Dolberg is already establishing himself as one of the most promising attacking talents in European football

Affiliation

Org Denmark National Team
Club as Player Nice FC
  Ajax FC
  Ajax FC U19

2016 11 21 Retrieve

[Kasper Dolberg on his own development] I feel that my body has become much stronger in the last two months. I was obviously not used to playing at this level

2019 10 01 Retrieve

[Nice teenager Diaby-Fadiga sacked after stealing Dolberg’s €70,000 watch] OGC Nice and Lamine Diaby-Fadiga parted ways on Tuesday. Following the theft of Kasper Dolberg’s watch from the professional first team’s changing room, and the subsequent admission of the player, the club decided to cancel its contract with the 18-year-old forward with immediate effect. Above and beyond all sporting and financial consideration, OGC Nice cannot and will not accept such behaviour that betrays the confidence that unites all the club’s employees and all the members of the Rouge et Noir family

2019 10 02 Retrieve

[Lamine Diaby-Fadiga says that jealousy was the reason that he stole Nice striker Kasper Dolberg’s watch last month, prompting his sacking by the club which he views as the greatest possible punishment] After several days of an unprecedented media storm for me, I have decided to give myself a voice via communication.

I would like to first of all apologise to the fans and those who love Le Gym. A lot of them supported me and showed me kindness since I made my professional debut, as a youngster from the local region who joined the club when I was 14. Their reactions embody the level of disappointment that they feel towards me and I owe them an explanation. I proudly wore the club of my childhood’s shirt last season in Ligue 1. I was unfortunately injured for several months and my return to competitive action was further delayed following a red card I picked up whilst playing for the U19s. That affected me mentally and my difficult situation contrasted starkly the success and aura of Kasper, my team-mate. I took it out on him without having any reason to do so, maybe a bit because of jealousy. Instead of trying to battle on the pitch to provide him with competition for places, I reacted stupidly towards

My actions were not taken out of an appetite to gain something from it, but out of disappointment, frustration and feeling discredited. Of course, I am only 18, but my age excuses nothing. I therefore owned up to what I had done to Kasper, Mr Fournier, the Director General of the club, Patrick Vieira, my coach and Dante, my captain. One by one, I apologised to each one of them. I also took on the responsibility of reimbursing my team-mate fully, which I have now done. I wish him a lot of success at OGC Nice and in his career. Maybe one day we will come across each other on a pitch and this affair will be merely a bad memory. Now, I am leaving the club where I had always wanted to succeed and enjoy myself, which for me is the greatest possible punishment. I thank all those who believed in me. I hope to be able to prove one day that they were right and that I am worth more than what has happened. Redemption for me will come on the football pitch and I now want to concentrate on my passion: football