The slugfest in 1B between it will wipe it out Ramdane and Fred Vanderbiest, the assistants of Union and KV Mechelen, has heavy consequences. Vanderbiest was a blow not only to seven stitches, he is also three days unable to work and submit a complaint in the burgerrechtbank for assault and battery. Ramdane is considering a complaint of racism.
The slugfest between it will wipe it out Ramdane and Fred Vanderbiest, the assistants of Union and KV Mechelen, in 1B has serious consequences. Vanderbiest was a blow not only to seven stitches, he was three days incapable of working and explains complaint at the burgerrechtbank for assault and battery. Ramdane is considering a complaint of racism.
What happened between it will wipe it out Ramdane and Fred Vanderbiest? It will not only bondsparket that it considers, but also the burgerrechtbank. Vanderbiest took a lawyer to get him to defend.
Much will depend on the scheidsrechtersrapport, because the fourth ref was close by. Union claims that Vanderbiest Ramdane racially insulted in the spelertunnel and that which has reacted with a punch. According to certain sources, makes the report mentioned a bad words, but the swear words would not be racially tinged. The witness who claims it is a member of the Union and therefore not a neutral party.
What can be proven is that the blow is dealt. Fred Vanderbiest pulled after the sutures have been to the doctor with severe migraine and was at least three days are declared unfit for work. Last Thursday, he needs to check again.
The (possible) burgerrechtzaak for blows and injuries on the one hand and racism on the other hand, may still have to wait a while.
The bondsparket of the Football association wanted Tuesday, however, all decisions do, but that will be difficult in the case of Vanderbiest. Malines (mechelen), T2 can be for medical reasons are not present in the federal building, and his defense at least one week delay questions. The players who were involved in the disturbance attracts can be judged. The Pro League also condemned the facts already hard and explained to both clubs for a fine of 5,000 euros. That money will go to social projects.
Malinwa itself remains Vanderbiest meanwhile, plenty of support. “There is what about and called, but nothing racist,” says major Olivier Somers. “Because we believe Fred. If there is anyone within our club concerned with our African players, it is he.’