In her statement, present the dubious circumstances, confirmed the Ethics Chamber of Sport Court — not to be confused with the summer newly established under dubious circumstances Ethics Commission — its agreement to close a case against Koch. But they add that this is only happening with the proviso that Dr. Trainer Koch an indication is given that the established practice was unethical and may take place in case of recurrence an indictment. A note that is missing in the statement of the Association.
Koch had the end of May a telephone switching between a journalist and Briana Steinhaus-Webb, representing the Women’s Initiative Football can do more arranged. In it, he had asked the former top referee to issue a statement to the journalists, which makes this inappropriate pressured felt the ethics chamber, consisting of Dr. Holder Schindler (Chairman), Dr. Wolfgang Often (member) and Michael EIDE (assessors).
On November 1, the trio took a decision, which was based on the setting, as a criminally reprehensible behavior cook was not apparent. However, the Ethics Board sees in surprising because previously unannounced and forced integration of Frauen stein house-Webb in a dialogue with subsequent invitation to submit statements to a press employees infringement resulting from the code of ethics of the DFB resulting obligation to fair play and the proper use of each other. The Aufoktroyieren a conversation with a journalist contains a lack of respect for the free choice of interlocutors and call content, the trio says. Since Koch had apologized in a letter dated 20 June and also stone house-Webb the facts looked as completed, it agreed to the setting. The way the conversation involvement of Mrs. Stone House Webb constitute however unethical behavior. That has to be reflected in the tenor of the hiring decision, the ethics Chamber clarified. However, since this appears in the note by the DFB not a word, Schindler, Often and EIDE saw compelled to publish their point of view — presumably also to distance themselves from the ethics committee.