Oded Katash attacks: “The summons to the hearing is just a ceremony” – Sports 5 – Sports 5 – Sports 5


Oded Katash VS Basketball Association. After the union summoned the coach of the Israel national team, Katsch, to a hearing, now comes his response. The Hapoel Jerusalem coach claimed in a letter sent to the union by his lawyers that: “The fact that the basketball union circulated information to the media regarding the summons to the hearing and announcements that Katsh would not continue in his position is enough to prove that the hearing is nothing more than a ceremony.”

The letter further states that: “Anyone who genuinely intends to hear the employee is in no hurry to separate in the media a preliminary procedure of a hearing. It is clear that the union has decided illegally to release itself from the binding contract.”
“Since there is no reason for dismissal, the union will in any case be charged with the payments stipulated in the contract until the end of its validity,” Katsch’s representatives emphasized, “these amount to NIS 750,000 in terms of employer cost and the sums set at NIS 1 million so far.” The public when Katsh is worthy and ready to end his contract to the end. ”
As you may recall, it was announced yesterday that the national coach will be summoned to a hearing at the basketball association before dismissal, after he filed a lawsuit for the sum of NIS 290,000 for being expelled from the Khalata during the Corona crisis. Katsch (45), was appointed national team coach in October 2017 after his success with the reserve team. About a month ago it was reported on the sports channel that the coach had filed a scathing lawsuit against the basketball association following the fact that he went on unpaid leave after the outbreak of the corona crisis.

In a petition to the arbitration a month ago, the coach wrote: “After a legal inquiry around I was expelled to the IDF during the Corona crisis and following disagreements with the union and efforts to resolve the dispute by direct command, I felt the need and even commitment to take another path to assert my rights as an employee and coach.” For the avoidance of doubt, I intend to coach and serve the Israeli team until the completion of the task I undertook and to fulfill my part in the contract. “


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