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Ruslan Malinovskyi acquitted for red card in match against Gent

Play-off 1 Ruslan Malinovskyi has been acquitted for his offence on Birger Verstraete. The arbitration committee has decided that the Ukrainian of Racing Genk n

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Ruslan Malinovskyi acquitted for red card in match against Gent
Play-off 1 Ruslan Malinovskyi has been acquitted for his offence on Birger Verstraete. The arbitration committee has decided that the Ukrainian of Racing Genk no suspension.

Bondsprocureur Wagner had earlier this week 7 days suspension may be required, but that proposal was now inadmissible. The Dispute follows the argument of Malinovskyi. He denied today at a hearing that it is a conscious movement. “I try to get the ball off screens at the cornervlag, but Verstraete pulled me down and I landed on my back. Then I touched him, but there was no intent to hurt. Because I fell, I saw him not,” said the Oekraïner.

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The arbitration committee submits that Malinovskyi no unnatural movement, and so with his left foot “involuntary” Verstraete hit. This is to the benefit of the doubt to Malinovskyi. “Therefore, calls for the acquittal”, said the disputes committee.

With the acquittal comes Malinovskyi anyway in action next Sunday in the top match against Club Brugge. The bondsprocureur can still appeal against the decision of the arbitration board to continue his work at home to catch up, but according to initial reports, he will not do that.

Genk responded, relieved at the decision. “Acquittal was since last Saturday the only right conclusion for KRC Genk”, sounds. “After a well-substantiated plea of clubjurist Jochem Martens, AD Erik Gerits, coach Philippe Clement and Ruslan himself is the club relieved that common sense this afternoon prevailed. The club and immediately set a clear point behind this whole story.”

First the facts: last weekend got Genk midfielder Ruslan Malinovskyi red after his studs, the head of Ghent-player Birger Verstraete had been. Verstraete bled, ref Visser gave red. About that penalty in itself was already a suit discussion. The schorsingsvoorstel of the bondsprocureur sparked the storm to seven days he demanded on Monday.

Pronunciation Verstraete

But Tuesday night wrote Birger Verstraete on Twitter: “I received the images after the contest is also looking at, but have no presumption that it was deliberate, more of an unfortunate collision.” It put bondsprocureur Kris Wagner thinking. “It may be that I seven days stay. But that there may also be six, four, two or even zero.” But that was not in the least during the session of the arbitration committee: “He has just the images viewed. How long? We don't know. For me, mr. Verstraete a third party. No party involved.”

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