Olivier Swolfs, athletic director, Waasland-Beveren has not appealed the actual suspension of one year in which the Dispute is to Appeal to him, on account of the breach of the duty to report. This has been confirmed Swolfs’s lawyer john Man, on Tuesday, to Match.
Swolfs was in bondsprocureur William Wagner, seen as a key figure in the so-called attempted matchfixing of the game, KV Mechelen/Sporting-Charleroi on the 11th of march, 2018.
However, the complaints board of Appeal said Swolfs, on June 1, is free of matchfixing. The chief financial officer of the Waaslanders, it was for a year suspended, for failing to comply with the reporting requirement. Of the four, accused of Waasland-Beveren and was Swolfs, if any, effectively, been suspended and, therefore, the most severely punished. He had been a lawyer, however, not be able to appeal, if found There on Tuesday.
“My client was prevented from that, he was the initiatives of KV Mechelen, and/or any of its directors, at the appropriate time, would have had to report it to the royal belgian football association. At this point, it is bondsprocureur, and he is followed by mr. Swolfs,” said the master of The Man. “Of course, maintains that my client has the right to defend himself against the allegations that have been made by some of the other parties, are set out in the procedures that are now in the BASS, have been introduced, and it will, if necessary, against the rules.”
The parties had until Monday to file an appeal. The Belgian Court of arbitration for Sport (BAS) shall be in the appeal process will initiate. All of the parties involved, they should be avoided.