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Eriksen's drama brought back memories of the family tragedy in Danish national coach Kasper Hjolmand

Eriksen’s drama brought back memories of the family tragedy in Danish national coach Kasper Hjolmand

About the situation after Eriksen’s collapse, Hegolmand told a media panel: “My feelings were out of my body and I tried to deal with them.” Like his players, the 49-year-old received professional help to tackle events. “I also had a psychiatrist who helped me,” Hjolmand said. “But the people who helped me are on my team. We are one.” He tries “not to hide anything, I’m just myself. I talk to the guys about how I feel, about feelings.”

After Eriksen’s collapse in the first match against Finland and the emotional journey through the tournament, the Danes are now hoping for the final. It will be huge for the players, the coaches, all of Denmark, the fans, and all the wonderful fans. I have a wife and three kids. Nothing is bigger than having children. Becoming a father.”

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