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By Vera Martirosyan/Vera&Football

YEREVAN. – Organizers of the friendly matched dedicated to the 60th birth anniversary of Khoren Hovhannisyan confirmed the reports that Patrick Berger refused to come because of Barcelona-Dusseldorf crashed airplane.

On Friday, Patrick Berger took to Twitter to dismiss the reports: “Comments about me changing my flight are all lies! I flew home on Monday Barcelona - Prague as I was supposed to.”

However, the Armenian correspondent contacted the sponsor of the match, businessman Artur Soghomonyan who confirmed that Berger's agent said the player would not come to the match because of being in a state of shock as he had to fly by the crashed plane.

“Most likely, he denied the reports because he was afraid of fuss in the media,” Soghomonyan added.

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As reported earlier, on March 24 Berger had to fly from Barcelona to Dusseldorf by a plane that crashed in the French Alps. At the last minute Berger changed his mind and returned the ticket.

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