The soap around the suspensions in the Belgian football keeps going. The complaints board of Appeal confirmed the suspension of three days for Anderlecht-defender Ognjen Vranjes. And that, however, on the basis of the indicative table which in the case of Wesley/Carcela/Ocansey as non-valid was considered.
The chaos continues. The complaints board of Appeal decided today that Anderlecht-defender Ognjen Vranjes do gechorst for three matches after his red card against Mouscron. But the most striking thing about this whole case is that now the already infamous indicative table, however, as intended, was considered while they last Saturday in the case of Wesley/Carcela/Ocansey still of the table was swept as invalid. Two sizes, two weights. The possible reason is that, in the case of Vranjes the Dispute from total other people as that last Saturday the case-Wesley/Carcela/Ocansey assessed.
That Vranjes is now suspended, is not to say that Wesley, Carcela and Ocansey now have the suspension should fear. The verdict in their case is irreversible.