Deinze angry with Pro League because they do not get an...

Deinze angry with Pro League because they do not get an...
Deinze angry with Pro League because they do not get an...

Deinze will play the league game on the tenth matchday in 1B, visiting Union on Sunday. Deinze was in lockdown last week due to corona problems and had asked for a postponement, but the Pro League announced that the match must be played anyway.

We had to wait until this afternoon at the Pro League to get a definite answer about whether or not to play tomorrow’s game against Royale Union Saint-Gilloise. Deinze had to contend with a lot of infections in recent weeks, so that they even decided to be the first club to go into lockdown completely in the past week, including the players who tested negative.

At the request of the club – supported by club doctor Dr. Pierre De Witte – was asked for an extension. However, the Pro League cannot answer this question in accordance with article B4.91 of the federal regulations, as there are currently fewer than 7 players who are positive and therefore do not meet the conditions. Deinze replies “irresponsibly” and rightly disagrees with this decision on medical grounds. They will play, but this “with reservation”. “Should medical problems arise during the match that can be directly or indirectly linked to the Covid19 contamination, they will be recovered from the Pro League,” said the club.

It will be a last-minute puzzle for the coaching staff anyway because the past two weeks have not been trained. Coach David Gevaert, who also tested COVID-positive, will have to follow the game from home. The staff will be in constant contact with David.

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