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Genk-trainer Philippe Clement goes unpunished after grumbling in Limburg derby, Milan Massop (Waasland-Beveren) is risking a match suspension

Philippe Clement takes no penalty to his exclusion in the Limburg derby on a visit to STVV. The trainer of KRC Genk is not prosecuted by the public prosecutor of the Royal Belgian Football association (belgian football association). Milan Massop, the defender of Waasland-Beveren, a suspension of one match and a fine of 1,000 euros fear.

KRC Genk kicked off the 22nd day, Friday, started with a true victory in Sint-Truiden. Ten minutes before time, scored Dieumerci Ndongala winning 2-3 at Stayen. Pozuelo made of the festivities use to drink on the sidelines. Referee Fisherman was not, and punished the Genk turntable with a yellow card. It was his fifth, which he suspended for the following competitiematch against Mouscron. Clement went story will pick up at the ref, but was straight to the stands referred.

According to fresh bondsprocureur Kris Wagner was the exclusion justified, because Clement earlier in the match though a reminder was given of fishermen after sustained protest from the Genk T1. But the tribuneverwijzing is according to the Bondsparket “sufficient, proportionate, and are sufficient as a sanction, so that – this time – no further sanction is necessary”.

In the home game against Cercle Brugge made Waasland-Beveren in the match with ten full after red for Massop. The defender of the Waaslanders put halfway through the second-half tackle to let in and slipped Tormin down. Red and penalty, ruled referee Pit. For “brutal error” the progress of the Bondsparket a sanction of one day suspension and $ 1,000 fine, which Massop travelling to Charleroi is likely to miss. The defender must Tuesday appear before the disputes committee of the belgian football association, which shall decide on the penalty.

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