Disciplinary Committee has handled a case about salon draw: KRC Genk, Westerlo and Rik De Mil all want the same thing – Football News

Disciplinary Committee has handled a case about salon draw: KRC Genk, Westerlo and Rik De Mil all want the same thing – Football News
Disciplinary Committee has handled a case about salon draw: KRC Genk, Westerlo and Rik De Mil all want the same thing – Football News
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A lot happened on the last day of the regular competition. Afterwards there was mainly talk about one match: Westerlo-Genk. On Tuesday, the case of the salon draw was dealt with by the Disciplinary Committee for Professional Football. A ruling would follow as soon as possible.

After the salon draw during KVC Westerlo-KRC Genk, there was a lot of commotion. The Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office asked for strict penalties. Both clubs would receive a fine of 10,000 euros and each player who was on the field would also receive a fine of 1,000 euros individually.

Wouter Vrancken and Rik De Mil risk a suspension of three match days, one of which will be postponed. A two-match suspension was also requested for Kayembe and Madsen who played a ball at each other.

According to Het Laatste Nieuws, KRC Genk is now asking for an acquittal for Wouter Vrancken and all players, including Joris Kayembe. KVC Westerlo also asked for an acquittal for all players other than Nicolas Madsen, the club could “reconcile with a suspended sentence”.

Rik De Mil speaks

Rik De Mil was also present. Charleroi’s current coach asked for an acquittal and spoke himself. “I never told my players that it had to be done that way. Now I am being vilified in the press for four minutes, it is being insinuated that there is match fixing, I am being fired,” he said, according to HLN.

“I think I have already been punished far too severely. I have done everything correctly to save Westerlo and do my job as best as possible. And that is why I am asking not to receive a sanction. And the insinuations of match fixing and agreements with Wouter Vrancken are completely unjustified,” De Mil concludes.

The article is in Dutch

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