Again lawsuits? Westerlo is thinking of legal action, Roeselare dissatisfied


After the General Assembly on Friday, First Division A and First Division B will experience quite a few changes. More teams, including some surprising teams that are allowed to promote. That decision was supposed to keep the peace, but not everyone is satisfied.

Waasland-Beveren did everything to stay in First Division A and went to the BAS and the court, among others. In the end it was proved right and it can remain in First Division A. In addition, Beerschot and Oud-Heverlee Leuven also receive their PhD. Not to the liking of KVC Westerlo. The club believes that it has as much right to promotion as the loser of the promotion final. According to The newspapaer they think of legal action. On Monday they will announce which ones exactly.

KVC Westerlo in First Division B, but also Lierse-Kempenzonen and the U23 of Club Brugge get a place in that competition. People are very dissatisfied at Roeselare. The club was not given a professional license, but according to the West Flemish club they have as much right as the U23 of Club Brugge to play in First Division B.

‘KSV Roeselare has made a license application and has not received it. The Club Brugge U23 have never made a request within the statutory time limits to obtain the license, so it seems to us very illogical that the Club Brugge U23 will be granted a license for 1B ‘, they write on the official channels. Undoubtedly to be continued.


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