Things heated up considerably between head coach Janne Andersson and Bojan Djordjic in the Viaplay studio after yesterday's match against Azerbaijan in the European Championship qualifiers.
The head coach ended up storming out of the broadcast and Djordjic then demanded an apology.
During the night, the Swedish Football Association's national team manager Jens T Andersson came forward to answer the media's questions.
"I can say that it wasn't the best interview we've lived through after an international match," he says, according to TT and continues:
"There's a lot of emotion in the air and a lot of thoughts flying through. But I have no problem with noting that it was not a good interview.
Have you talked to the head coach?
- Yes, I have. Remorseful, he can also state that there was no good result in the interview. He raised his hand and was remorseful," says Jens T Andersson.
The former national team striker and now expert for Radiosporten, Johan Elmander, has a clear view of yesterday's events.
"Janne has to apologise to Bojan. They have to sit down and solve this," he told Radiosporten.
"If he doesn't, I think he should resign. As a coach and having such a tantrum, it just can't happen. Then he might not be the right man in the right place.
Now the Swedish national team has called an extra press conference at 13.00 where the head coach will be present. You can watch the press conference here on SVT.