Given the emotions in football, players and teammates falling out is likely something that happens all the time.

Most of these disputes often happen behind the scenes, though, where there’s nobody there to witness them and tell the rest of the world.

Sadly that wasn’t the case for Leeds United forward Jay-Roy Grot, currently on loan at Vitesse in Holland, this week as his training ground bust-up with Riechedly Bazoer happened for all the world to see.

The clash with his teammate, in which Bazoer was very much the villain, happened at an open training session in front of watching fans, meaning it wasn’t long before the incident was well covered.

Fortunately for the Leeds loanee has escaped punishment for the incident, with Bazoer expelled from the team until further notice.

Attention has since turned from the incident to the upcoming round of fixtures, with Vitesse having the chance to go top of the Eredivisie should things go their way.

Grot was, therefore, keen to move on when asked about the subject, admitting he can’t even remember what was said.

“No, I have not had any apologies,” Voetbal International report the Leeds loanee saying.

“It was just a reaction to a reaction; I was also emotional. I don’t even know what he said anymore.

“But later I also read that he would catch me. I’m just calm again.”