Sergio Padt has apologized for his behaviour after Groningen’s 3-1 defeat to AZ Alkmaar on Sunday and surrendered his captain’s armband.

Padt was arrested and spent the night in jail on Sunday night after an incident on the train home. The 28-year-old did not have a valid ticket and acted aggressively to one of the ticket checkers.

The goalkeeper said in a statement, “This has been incredibly stupid. I would like to offer my sincere and sincere apologies to everyone involved. I realize very well that I, as a professional footballer and captain of FC Groningen, have an exemplary role. I have embarrassed that trust. This should not happen to me and I will also ensure that this will not happen again in the future. “

Managing Director Hans Nijland added, “Sergio is self-aware and knows he was wrong. For us as a club, of course, a very unpleasant and undesirable situation. We will let the Public Prosecution Service continue on this story.”




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