VfB Lübeck apologizes to ex
In February, Lübeck had suspended the 31-year-old after a club-damaging interview, a short time later, Raided was accused of being handy against his former coach Rolf Lander. The outer defender was then terminated without notice, in the past summer Raided then moved to third division TSV Averse.
CFB revokes allegations
Today's Friday, the Regionalist was officially retreated. In a press release states: The CFB Lübeck reveals the assertion that Florian Raided has become entangled against coach Rolf Lander in the mid-term break of the game against Turkic Munich. The responsible persons of the CFB Lübeck also regret the evaluation and publicity sanctioning of the interview of the interview. Florian Raided in the run-up to the game and take the accusation of the associated behavior.
Accordingly, the Lübeck labor court granted a lawsuit of Raided and, in particular, determined that the accusation of a misconception in retrospect is not confirmed in retrospect and the termination of the employment relationship was not justified.
In retrospect, we would have to have enlightened the facts more thoroughly, and it was wrong to choose the way across the public and to promote Florian Raided so publicly.
Lübeck's CEO Thomas Schikorra
We would like to apologize to Florian Raided. In retrospect, we would have to have enlightened the facts more thoroughly, and it was wrong to choose the way across the public and to open Florian Raided publicly, says CEO Thomas Schikorra.
Raided has accepted the apology of the regional fiber and renounces further legal action, the CFB Lübeck outweighs a possible appeal.