Wesley Moraes (Club Brugge), Mehdi Carcela (Standard), Eric Ocansey (Eupen) and Loris Brogno (Beerschot Wilrijk) had today for the complaints board of Appeal appear but… the decision was once again postponed to Friday, October 26. Today it is decided that the proceedings are reopened and that the bondsparket must demonstrate that the first indicative table (last season) as valid. So: about two weeks verdict.
The foursome was initially in August (!) punished but was previously on appeal acquitted of suspension, because the indicative table on which penalties are based, is not officially approved by the Pro League. In the meantime, that is just what has happened, which the Evocatiecommissie decided to take the players back to the arbitration board Appeal.
The Bondsparket had in the past six days suspension and 6,000 euro fine advanced for an elbow strike from Wesley. The appeal against a suspension of more than five days does not work shelving and so was the Brazilian striker’s already two duels on the side. He risks, as well as Ocansey, incidentally, four suspended. Carcela and Brogno hang two schorsingsdagen above the head.