The DFB pardoned scandal referee Robert Hoyzer: how the Association announced on Wednesday, DFB President Theo Zwanziger accepted a pardon by Hoyzer.
Frankfurt/Main (SID) - the German Football Association (DFB) pardoned scandal referee Robert Hoyzer: how the Association announced on Wednesday, DFB President Theo Zwanziger accepted a pardon from Hoyzer, who now now allowed to play football again in an amateur club at the national level. "Of course he has committed serious errors, and it is quite clear that he can not again hold the Office of an arbitrator." "But we want to deny him not his desire to play football in the amateur area," said DFB General Secretary Wolfgang Niersbach.
Hoyzer had apologized previously in a personal conversation in twenties once more, caused by the manipulation of several games in January 2005 the competition and manipulation scandal and the DFB that severely damaged. In addition to the credible insured insight into his misconduct was considered for Hoyzer that he had contributed to the enlightenment of the scandal by his statements.
The other points of the elects judgment of 29 April 2005 against Robert Hoyzer remain unaffected by the decision of the President of the DFB. So it remains prohibited to exercise an Office in the DFB, its member associations and their clubs, in particular the an arbitrator it indefinitely.