Sure, I respect him as a coach, and Vitality's moral standards as well. I don't think they did it intentionally either. But that's not the point. If a rule is broken, even if it's done unknowingly, the punishments aren't taken away. It's about setting a precedent and being fair. If Mibr can get fined, almost banned for doing exactly the same thing, it should be the case for all the teams. I understand that it's a great hit to CS's image if it happened, but a warning or something has to be given, at the very least. It shouldn't be ignored.