February 28, 2024

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Remer responds to the decision to replay the match between Anderlecht and Genk: “That match will not be replayed”!  – football news

Remer responds to the decision to replay the match between Anderlecht and Genk: “That match will not be replayed”! – football news

Speaking in his press conference, Brian Rimmer was asked about his opinion on the Disciplinary Board's decision to replay the Anderlecht-Genk match. Alexander Belsen burst out laughing: “I'll leave now, because this will take some time!” He remained sitting and then Rimmer began…

Rimmer prepared himself for a statement that he had obviously already said several times to anyone who might hear it. “I still don't think that match will be replayed,” he said. “I think we all see how ridiculous that decision is.”

“Look, if this is the future of our football… we're going to replay a lot. If we want a football world where you don't know after the game whether you've won or lost, then ‘we're on our way.' If everyone goes to court, if the referee makes a mistake… (beats)”

I think we all see how ridiculous this is

“I speak on behalf of many people around the world. I can't believe this will happen. Look at the penalty kick on Thursday. One of the Al-Ittihad players also ran too early. If this becomes a precedent, we will have to wait for the next penalty. Who will file a complaint? “

Meissen obviously agreed with this, but added the comedic element. “The Union player came too early? Yes, Charles, I think,” he winked. “But I think I also saw two Anderlecht players coming in too early.”

I still can't believe this match will be played, we can all see how ridiculous this is, what is the future of JPL, we will have a lot of replays, if we want a football world we don't want. “I don't know if we won or lost, if you always want a rematch, I speak for many people around the world, I can't believe this is happening, and Union caught too early, and we are waiting for the next court” Share

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