Another day, another drama in the life of Earvin Ngapeth.
Earvin and his brother, Swan, got into a major fight with their team head coach, Radostin Stoytchev, last week. Both parties reportedly got involved in a heated argument which prompted the 2 French players to walk out and threatened the team that they are not coming back.
Earvin and Swan also skipped their team practice for 3 consecutive days which made the situation worse.
Fast forward to today, Modena has released a statement which clearly states that the siblings have a contract with Modena until 2020.
“In the recent days, the media has written about the situation of the club. Modena Volley wants the public to know that that Earvin and Swan Ngapeth have signed a contract until 2020. Last Friday, Earvin and Swan had a confrontation with Coach Radostin Stoytchev. They both said that they no longer want to continue their relationship with the club. They skipped the team practice on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Earvin Ngapeth has already returned to the club and it was last Wednesday. The club is evaluating the actions of these 2 players and will sanction them in all aspects.”
According to our source, Earvin is not happy with how Coach Rado is running the club who is known for being strict and sets high expectations. He also did NOT like the fact that Coach Rado NEVER gave his brother a chance to play even during a friendly match. The source also adds that other players on the team feel the same way against Stoytchev including Brazilian setter Bruno Rezende.
As of press time, Modena is ranked 3rd.
In case you didn’t know, Ngapeth is also facing another battle and that is his current drunk driving drama which happened a few weeks ago.
Stay tuned for updates.