soccer-striker Nassim Ben Khalifa is suing his club, the FC St. Gallen . The 27-Year-old, may not be able to play under coach Peter Zeidler, feels discriminated against because he is excluded even from training.
the single judge of The district court of St. Gallen, discussed on Friday with the case. The jury is still out. Ben Khalifa, who owns the FC St. Gallen a contract until June 2020, demanded, as a precautionary measure, that the Club is integrated fully into the Training of the Super-League team.
Ben Khalifa, trained under of the week with the Team. From the final training session the day before the Match, he is excluded. "All except me are allowed to take part", he complained before the judge. The final training was the most important. There could recommend each player by a good performance for the Match.
The U-17 2009 world champion appeared with two lawyers at the hearing. You claimed that the FC St. Gallen to come to the employment claim Ben Khalifas enough. "In professional soccer every workout counts." The striker will be isolated and ignored, what was for him a serious psychological burden.
FCSG-lawyer: professional risk
The lawyer of FC St. Gallen saw this completely differently: Ben Khalifa is not a part of sporting grounds to the first team squad. This was allowed and belong to the occupational hazard of a professional footballer. There is no violation of the employment was relationship.
The completion of training served as preparation to the respective championship games. Who is and who is not, lies in the competence of the Trainer. In addition, the judge did not decide. Ben Khalifa had seceded from the Club and wants to leave FC St. Gallen, said the lawyer of the FC St. Gallen.
to contradict the striker said: In August 2018, the coach and the sports chief could have him informed that you plan of sporting reasons, the future without him. You would have to find a new Club. This he tried unsuccessfully.
Zeidler and Sutter questioned
also coach Peter Zeidler and sports Director Alain Sutter were download. The judge wanted to know from them, such as the completion of work training and who participate in it. On the question of why Ben Khalifa will be excluded, said Zeidler: "We have clearly communicated." (sda)
Created: 29.03.2019, 15:01 PM