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Hein Vanhaezebrouck takes a hit: 'It's crazy to play' |  Jupiler Pro League

Hein Vanhaezebrouck takes a hit: ‘It’s crazy to play’ | Jupiler Pro League

Before asking a single question at the press conference, Heine Vanheisbroek broadcast his heart in a long sermon. “that it crazy This is how we should play football.”

“The proposal to postpone the competition was the most reasonable proposal.” They say it out of self-interest, “you hear. But it’s in the general interest of the entire population.”

“No substitute has been so contagious so far. But they didn’t understand it in the Pro League and the calendar committee. They pointed out that it is difficult, and almost impossible to make up for these matches.”

“Then they point to Eleven, who said matches should take place at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. Are these Eleven people from another world perhaps?”

“There’s Covid for everyone. Everyone has to adapt, but that doesn’t seem to be the case with Eleven. Play those matches at the same time in the evening! Nobody wants matches on Tuesday at 2pm. What a silly reason? And all for the money.” “.

“There is also no spectators in the stadiums, so again the clubs will suffer a lot of losses. This is also an additional argument to postpone everything until things turn out. With only one team playing in Europe, there were enough moments in February.”

Vanhaezebrouck fears the current measures will lead to more positive cases. “Health comes first for me and the same goes for all the other clubs. Almost everyone has been affected by it.”

“Now they say in the Pro League: Anyone who has been boosted no longer needs to be tested. My wife has been boosted and she is already sick. So she is contagious and can transmit disease.”

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“We will miss two players who have been reinforced, while we shouldn’t have tested them at all, so they can play perfectly. Injured and contagious. It will also happen that boys come onto the field with contagious. Intent?”

Vanheysbroek did not want to talk much about the effect of the infection on AA Gent. “But you surely won’t see an ordinary jinn in the field.”