The skilled lawyer Per A. Flod questions the Norwegian Soccer Affiliation’s moral, ethical and authorized assessments within the dismissal of Lars Lagerbäck.
– I react most to the truth that they merely take away a nationwide crew coach, kick him out, with none sporting cause. No goal cause in any case, I cannot perceive that, says Flod – John Carew’s long-term adviser – to VG.
He speaks after that
, whereas after a depressing fall.
In a submit on Fb, Flod strongly opposes the Soccer Affiliation’s therapy of Lars Lagerbäck. He believes that NFF’s actions undermine the standing the employment contract ought to have in society.
– It’s a kind of evaluation I feel you aren’t allowed to take, each legally and morally, when main soccer. Ethical as a result of NFF ought to create worth in society, and itself has been vital of coaches being fired within the cabin and climate, says Flod.
Soccer president Terje Svendsen believes NFF cannot focus on the small print of the contract with exterior legal professionals who have no idea the precise contractual relationship. See his full reply on the backside of the case.
He additional says that the NFF has a authorized obligation to society to handle contracts, and believes they’re sending a sign that “contracts usually are not price something”.
, and suppose they’ve made precisely the identical mistake themselves.
– It is just like the Bible: you see the splinter in your brother’s eye, however not the beam not your personal. I feel the NFF meets itself on the door right here, says Flod.
Flod factors out that soccer president Terje Svendsen didn’t clarify Lagerbäck’s departure with sporting outcomes. Lagerbäck ended his teaching profession for the nationwide crew with twelve victories in 23 matches.
– They needed Solbakken in, as a result of he’s from the gang and since he was free. Loyalty to individuals appears to be higher than loyalty to the job they’re speculated to handle.
– However Solbakken was vacant, and he has mentioned sure earlier than. Does not it should be okay to carry him in now?