KV Mechelen has Friday on his site reported that the fraud in Belgian football, which Malinwa one of the main characters is, for the time being has no influence on the future of the club. “The operation of the club, A-core, women, G-team to the whole academy and all the big projects in the pipeline such as the stadionverbouwing, are guaranteed. Also, all the races just go by”, what it sounds like.
“First and foremost, we have confirmed that KVM is not involved in or aware of illegal practices,” explains chairman Johan Timmermans on the clubwebsite. “We have the utmost confidence in the investigation. The uitmatch against Tubize was just like the other games in 1B by the Pro League is postponed to the beginning of november. Our next match we are back to the kick-off. So runs the ticket sales for the home match against Beerschot Wilrijk on 21 October.”
The majority shareholder Dieter Penninckx let you know that operating everything can continue running. “Projects such as the stadionvernieuwing go further. The club has sufficiently strong shareholders and financial clout to the contracted projects and commitments to complete. The future of KV Mechelen is assured.”
The name of KV Mechelen can be found in the investigation into matchfixing. In an attempt Malinwa last season, still in first class to keep, it would be football agent Dejan Veljkovic, along with four KV Mechelen-board members tried to have the results of two duels to influence.