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Beerschot Wilrijk bites the dust: Maes remains suspended for the crucial game against Cercle

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Beerschot Wilrijk can tonight against Cercle Brugge, however, still do not rely on the Alexander Maes. The midfielder of the Antwerpians picked up last week a red card in the first leg of the final of 1B. His initial suspension of two days was after occupation has all been reduced to one day, but Beerschot Wilrijk wanted him still speelgerechtigd obtain and bring a reduced. The complaints board of Appeal gives the club unequal.

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Last Sunday, won Beerschot Wilrijk on their own field 1-0 of Cercle Brugge in the battle for promotion. The Boys of the Kiel played the last half hour with a man less. Maes went with a stretched leg by Omolo and was allowed to take a shower. After occupation of the Antwerp club was his suspension all of two days reduced to one. But by the blessurelast on the Kiel wanted to Beerschot Wilrijk.

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10/03 20:00

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According to the club made the secretary of the disputes committee is an error. Beerschot Wilrijk was not until Wednesday morning and not Tuesday night the service of the judgment in first instance (two days suspension which effectively). This had Beerschot Wilrijk until Friday afternoon to appeal, so the case is not until next week, would prevent and Maes speelgerechtigd would be for the return in the Jan breydel stadium.

“Negligence on the part of royal belgian football association”

Beerschot Wilrijk pleaded that the seat, in their eyes, is not legally valid. “These are not extraordinary measures that a session on Saturday to justify. The royal belgian football association wants to simply own negligence – notice of suspension – straighten. This case will hear today, according to us, not to be treated.” All of that took nothing from, the suspension remains standing. Cercle-CEO Vanmaele responds satisfied. “Super, that justice and common sense prevail.”

Alexander Maes is not in Brussels for the hearing. He left this morning with the group on seclusion so that he the whole preparation for the match can see if he still could play.

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