The purpose of this first session was to make a calendar. The schedule that the chairman of the complaints board of Appeal suggested, met a lot of resistance. The intent is to roughly within month to a decision. “The research coordinator has six months given the time to a file. And we have one month time to do? This is not serious”, said the lawyer of KV Mechelen ferm.
The arbitration board of Appeal will send later today the final calendar. The preliminary proposal is as follows:
- on may 9, the intervening parties (Lokeren, Beerschot Wilrijk, Tubize and the supportersorgaan of KV Mechelen) their written conclusions on the table. On 20 may it is the turn to KV Mechelen. One day later at Waasland-Beveren. These are the first real substantive debates.
- On may 25, sets bondsprocureur Kris Wagner are reply.
- On may 27, get the intervening parties and the brokers their last word. On 28 may it was the turn of KV Mechelen and Waasland-Beveren.