Genk is taking a dangerous gamble, good news Uronen


Jess Thorup seemed well on his way to take the victory in his baptism of fire as coach of KRC Genk, but then things went wrong again in the Luminus Arena. Bastien Toma picked up a stupid red card, after which KV Oostende still got a tip from the fire.

The Limburgers are now also threatening to miss their new playmaker for a while, because the national public prosecutor’s office stated The Importance of Limburg a suspension of two match days plus one conditional for. However, Genk has already announced that it does not agree with the punishment, which is therefore a dangerous gamble. Not so long ago, the punishment for Théo Bongonda on appeal was just tightened.

On the other hand, there was good news to be had around left back Jere Uronen. The 26-year-old Finn, just back from injury, had to be removed after an ugly fall on the neck. HBvL report that he is happy to be released on Tuesday, because after an investigation it turned out that nothing is broken or torn. The neck muscles were hit, but Uronen can normally resume training on Wednesday.

POLL: Genk would better just accept the punishment for Toma

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