KV Mechelen “will be its defence for the arbitration committee in an Appeal of the belgian football association in the coming days with equally great conviction to continue”, so responds Malinwa on the news that the Brussels court does not deal with the question of the Townspeople to the ongoing disciplinary proceedings for the belgian football association to provisionally suspend.
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“The court finds that it is not (yet) established that the rights of the defence have been violated or will be violated”, reports KV Mechelen. “The court declared itself competent and ruled that there is currently no urgency to intervene in the ongoing disciplinary proceedings before the belgian football association. The disputes committee Appeals will soon make a decision. And – adds the Brussels court itself – it should, of course, the fair process and the rights of the defence to be respected.”
“KV Mechelen would like the serenity in this file to maintain, and will its defence for the arbitration committee in an Appeal of the belgian football association in the coming days with equally great conviction to continue. The club shall be the authorities of the belgian football association, there more to keep order in the disciplinary proceedings properly and with respect for the rights of defence of all parties smoothly.”
“KV Mechelen, once again, emphasizes strongly that the club has never participated in attempts to competitievervalsing or other illegal practices, and is more determined than ever to her innocence in the file ‘Clean Hands’ to show.”