The trainer at Odense Boldklub, Henrik Clausen, had a man with "Iberian features" ejected from OB's training grounds on Monday. Clausen apparently found this Spanish fellow studying OB's practice intently, and was displeased. He had a club official eject the man from the training grounds, and was none too pleased about the whole situation.
Clausen, a man who has impressively been with Odense since 1994, save a couple of years where he worked at Vejle BK, said, "It is unethical to spy on training." He continued brilliantly, "It is not illegal and the field is open to the public. In Spain and other countries it is certainly different, [training] is closed and there are guards and fences."
Obviously, he has not sent any spies to Vila-real! If he had, he would have realized that training is open to the public, that fans can get within a couple of feet of the players, and that there are surely no guards around!
I won't get in to whether or not sending an observer to OB's practice without providing notice is proper (if the Iberian man was even with Villarreal in the first place!), but let me just say that I don't see any OB observers being kicked out if they show up at Ciudad Deportiva next week. Of course, I am not sure if they would risk it, considering that Juan Carlos Garrido would be the gangster facing them down!
(thanks for the tip, Jens!)