Radovanovic (KV Kortrijk) was punished severely on appeal for a red card
The Royal Belgian Football Association (KBVB) Disciplinary Board on Friday appealed a three-day suspension of matches (two of which is valid) and a fine of 2,500 euros for KV Kortrijk defender Aleksandar Radovanovic.
After rioting with OHL player Ngawa in injury time for OHL-Kortrijk (2-1), Radovanovic was briefly upset. The defender of Kortrijk sold his opponent a powerful thrust at the height of the neck, after which referee Smet immediately drew a red card. The Federal Prosecutor’s Office wanted Radovanovic to be suspended for two days, and that motion was ratified in the first place on Tuesday.
However, KV Kortrijk again withdrew her defense and filed an appeal. According to Guys, the punishment was disproportionate to the violation. According to the club, there were extenuating circumstances: Radovanovic responded to Nagawa’s provocations, the batch was soft and did not endanger the physical integrity of the OHL player, after which Radovanovic apologized.
KV Kortrijk believes a one-day match suspension should suffice, but the Federal Prosecutor’s Office increased its claim after the club’s appeal. Federal prosecutor Verhagen requested a three-day suspension, one of which was postponed due to Radovanovic’s criminal record. The Disciplinary Board completed the sentence of the Federal Public Prosecution. The Serbian defender will therefore miss the competition matches against AA Gent and regional rival Zulte Waregem.
Waasland-Beveren wins in the RWDM field
On day five of Pro League 1B, Waasland-Beveren won 1-3 at RWD Molenbeek. The first half was tied. Waasland-Beveren had more possession of the ball, but the Brussels players were the most dangerous. Newly replaced Davis made the opening goal for visitors. Five minutes later, Togoi equalized with a pass from Lavie. Peace of mind prevailed with a score of 1-1.
Waasland-Beveren came out of the locker room better. Burton missed his spot, but the Waslanders rushed in. In the 80th minute, Fouchere made 1-2, Edmondson made the decisive pass. In overtime, Madderner put the final score 1-3 on the board. With this win, Waasland-Beveren jumped to second place provisionally with nine points. RWDM is fifth with five points.
Strasbourg van Sils passes through Metz without any problems, Torino and Brett beat Sassuolo
On the sixth match day in Ligue 1, Strasbourg-Metz-Sales beat FC Metz 3-0. The home team advanced quickly thanks to a penalty kick from Ajorque (6.). Twenty minutes later, Diallo completed an individual action well and doubled the score (26.) Diallo himself scored his second goal of the evening in the 40th minute and put the final score on the board. Thanks to the win, Strasbourg moved up to tenth place with seven points.
In Italy, Sassuolo faced Torino on the fourth day of play, with Dennis Praet in the starting lineup. Torino narrowly won 0-1. Bright was replaced by Linetty in the 64th minute. In the 83rd minute, Pjaca made it 0-1 for Torino. With this win, Turin occupied the provisional ninth place with six points.
Hertha Berlin defeats Grether Fürth, Boyata injured
Hertha BSC booked their second win of the season. On the fifth day of play in the German Bundesliga, the Berlin club beat doctoral student Greuther Fürth 2-1. Captain Dedrick Boeta was forced to be substituted in the 27th minute with a thigh injury. The win moves Hertha Berlin to the provisional ninth place with six points.
On the fifth day of the Eredivisie match, Sparta Rotterdam and NEC faced each other. In Sparta, Michael Helen was in the starting line-up. Jonathan Okita was on the field with NEC, and Matthias de Wolff was not selected due to injury. Okita opened the score for Nijmegen in the 28th minute with a pass from Bruin. Mijnans made it 1-1 just before the end of the first half, which was also the final score. NEC is third in the standings with eight points, and Sparta is in eleventh place with five points.
An investigation into the racism of the Lazio supporters has been opened
Prosecutors at the Italian Football Federation’s Federal Prosecutor’s Office have launched an investigation into possible racist behavior by Lazio supporters. The Federation announced the acceptance of a request from AC Milan. The club had requested this after the behavior of the Roma fans was mainly targeting Timoui Bakayoko of Milan.
Bakayoko stated that Lazio fans attacked him and his colleague Frank Kessie with racist songs. Milan decided to take action. The club won 2-0 at home against Lazio last Sunday.
La Bongonda vs STVV
Racing Genk will be without Theo Bongonda next weekend in the derby match against STVV. The Limburgers designer was replaced yesterday during the game against Rapid Wien in the first half due to hamstring issues. It remains to be seen how long John van den Brum will miss, but Sunday’s game will come early anyway.
Surgery should treat arrhythmia in Bayern Coman’s ward
Kingsley Coman had heart surgery yesterday. His coach, Julian Nagelsmann, confirmed that the French international has an irregular heartbeat. Koeman went under the knife yesterday. His heart rhythm was a little choppy due to the extra small beat. At certain moments, Nagelsmann explained, he had shortness of breath.
Koeman (25) has been a regular at Bayern Munich for years. Last season, the Frenchman was good at scoring eight goals and fifteen assists in 39 games. He started this season only once in the starting lineup, winning the Super Cup against Dortmund (1-3). This week he came against Barcelona (0-3) in the Champions League eight minutes from time.
Red Flames faces World Cup qualifiers in Poland
Red Flames are in Gdansk for their first World Cup qualifying match. Poland has more football professionals abroad than Belgium. “Dirty team,” says Captain Wallart. National coach Yves Cernells isn’t a full-blooded Kampinard, but he does seem to be every now and then. When he talks about his team he says “women” or more often, “the miskessThey must be very strong in Gdansk.
I’m scared boss. Not feeling good.
“I’m glad you put it that way. We’re certainly not afraid, but I often hear people around me say ‘Poland’ in the same way as Kosovo, Albania, and Armenia.”
Seven years ago the score was 1-4.
“I have already shown the group a picture of the stadium where we are playing on Monday.”
Baltic Square. 42000 places.
“I asked them if they remember where we last played. In the county, no Joe, there’s no people. Poland wants to make a move. Lots of people there, Joe, intimidating.”
“It’s been since we met about the calendar. The Poles didn’t want to admit anything. In the end there was a tie. We haven’t seen it before. For the first time we are three in the qualifiers. This is new. Norway, Poland and us, the third in the group have nothing “.
What can help your team? What steps have you taken?
“Switzerland overwhelmed at the start of the game. Turn that around and keep winning 4-0. Tough game in Romania and back home 0-1. That wouldn’t have worked a few years ago.”
What did you learn from those matches against better teams? The match started with 1-6 at home against the Netherlands.
“Keep the basics, along with ‘keep it simple.’ Don’t surprise yourself. We’ll be prepared or we’ll get in trouble.”
Will the ambitions remain the same? Top 8 in Europe, the second round in the European Championship and for the first time in the World Cup?
“They’re still the same. Top 8, that’s possible. The European Championship depends on the lottery. Holland are from pot A and Sweden from B, and then you start. Getting to the World Cup is actually the most difficult, because everyone expects it.” (Today)
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