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Pro League president Marc Coucke reacts to chaos in the first class: “Sorry to all the soccer”

Marc Coucke, president of the Pro League and of football team RSC Anderlecht, Saturday on Twitter reacted to the uncertainty around the indicative table that the bondsparket used to impose sanctions, speak out. “As recently as chairman of the Pro League, I regret the impasse: decisions in football should be quick, clear and honest”, it sounds.

The complaints board of Appeal of the Royal Belgian Football association (belgian football association) said Saturday the acquittal for Wesley Moraes (Club Brugge), Mehdi Carcela (Standard), and Eric Ocansey (KAS Eupen).According to the disciplinary appeal body was not sufficiently proven that the indicative table, which the sanctions are based, was approved by the professional clubs. The bondsparket had to prove, to plead, but failed to so.

Click here to read the full explanation of the matter: why are some suspensions way and not another? And can Club Brugge questions to match that without Wesley and completing it to replay? (N+)

Coucke promises action

Twitter reacts Coucke on the matter. “The cause was an administrative error in January 2018, and a recent fast correction is contested in terms of legality,” writes the businessman. “Everyone has the right to defense, so understanding for anyone who procedure arguments-used (just for info: Rsca today do not want equal treatment). The complaints board of appeal is independent and so respect their decisions. On the Board of Directors and General Meeting of 4/9 we will within the Pro League final to tackle the problem and make some changes so that something like that is not more repeat. Sorry to all the football fans for these conditions, which are purely legal reasons. We also take not of, such things.”

Anderlecht draws Sunday on the fifth day, as a leader, to Club Bruges, which follows two points of the still flawless Brussels. Coucke itself is on holiday and will the winner does not attend, let him know via Twitter.

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