The Swede has denied intending to hurt Coleman, and Coleman says that he felt unable to continue at his full potential despite his usual brave attitude.
He said, “I’m not one to come off.
“I don’t know the ins and outs of the injury yet. It’s feeling much better now, after the game.
“I couldn’t stand up straight and I couldn’t run really, so it was a cause of using your head.
“There’s no point being brave and not being fit to play to your full potential, especially against a team like that, because you could be at fault for a goal.
“Your bravery would end up being stupid.”
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