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Club Brugge is also prosecuted for racist sounds against Standard

The office of the Royal Belgian Football association (belgian football association) continues to Club Brugge for the racist chants at the address of Paul-José Mpoku in the second leg of the belgian Cup against Standard.

During the bekerduel of 8 February in the semi-finals of the Croky Cup had Mpoku racist spreekkoren hear. There were also all sorts of projectiles to the dug-out of the Rouches thrown. Referee Bart Vertenten and the match delegate names that incidents in their report, which the Team can be prosecuted.

Blue-black must be on Friday 26 February at 14h30 to answer to the Dispute Appeal, which in the first instance to have jurisdiction for spreekkoren. Club comes after Standard coach Ricardo Sa Pinto (13.00), Mpoku (13h30) and Beerschot Wilrijk and Lier (14: 00) are discussed.

The match organiser must be next Friday already for the complaints board of Appeal will appear for racist spreekkoren to the address of Charleroi-player Francis Nganga during the competitieduel of 4 February.

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