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Keller: DFB sports court judgment still in May
The sports court of the German Football Chamber wants to decide in May, as it continues with DFB President Fritz Keller after his Nazi comparison. The country and regional associations had withdrawn the confidence.
The Sports Court of the German Football Chamber wants to conclude the delicate case to complete the Nazi comparison of the struck DFB President Fritz Keller before the European Championship.
"With a decision is still to be expected in May, but not in this and not in the next week," said the chairman Judge Hans E. Lorenz of the German Press Agency.
The three-headed body under the direction of Lorenz took his work on Tuesday. The procedure including a possible hearing of any sanctions is not public, "said the 71-year-old. Previously, the DFB ethics committee had advised on the case and initiated its outcome to the Sports Court to Decline. "Such a case has never been there," Lorenz said. The EM starts on June 11th.
At the DFB Bureau meeting on April 23, Keller Vice-President Rainer Koch had compared with Roland Freisler, the Chairman of the People's Court in National Socialism. Secretary-General Friedrich Curtius should then have brought the incident directly to the ad in the ethics committee. On Sunday, both cellars and the longtime Secretary-General had been deprived of confidence from the bosses of the state and regional associations.
Angerer wishes serious DFB commitment to "Culture of Diversity" .
The former world footballer Nadine Angerer (42) wishes more serious commitment to diversity from the German Football Bund. "At the DFB, I have the feeling again and again, topics like diversity are picked up so you have done his guilty," wrote the longtime national goalkeeper in a kicker guest contribution. © Provided by SID Nadine Angerer calls for more commitment from DFB It is worthwhile to question the involvement shown.