Standard threatened in the top against Charleroi and Club Brugge without coach Ricardo Sa Pinto and striker Paul-José Mpoku to have to do. There was the two, after all, a suspension above the head, but that is for the time being of the job because the Rouches decided to appeal. The Dispute, Appeals may only impose penalties from Monday 26 February.
Standard appealed the suspensions of coach Ricardo Sa Pinto and striker Paul-José Mpoku. That has legal director Pierre Locht Tuesday confirmed. Both should be on Friday the 23rd of February to answer to the complaints board of Appeal.
By the notice of appeal to outrun Sa Pinto and Mpoku in each case a suspension for the matches played against Sporting Charleroi (18/02) and Club Brugge (25/02). If the Dispute Appeal a penalty, it occurs that only from Monday 26 February in effect.
Both sentenced to one-match suspension
The Portuguese trainer was awarded last week, three weeks suspension, one week effective, and a fine of 1,200 euros is imposed, because he after the league game against Zulte Waregem something wild was pumping against referee Lawrence Visser. The complaints board confirmed the claim of bondsprocureur Marc Rubens, who the “the last chance” called for Sa Pinto.
Mpoku was punished with one match suspension and 800 euro fine, because he was in the tunnel of the dressing room of Fisherman wanted to enter and then defined as caused by match delegate Kris Bellon. That last presented a report on his version of the facts, but Mpoku spoke against. The Bondsparket had two days suspension and a 5,000 euro fine advanced against the Congolese.
Standard does not go in appeal against the suspension of fysiektrainer José Guilherme Oliveira Kruss Gomes, who until the 13th of march not in the Liège dug-out will sit.