This Thursday, Racing Genk issued a press release to inform that the club will not be holding any press conferences or interviews before and after the match against Standard. The reason for this choice that would result in the club paying the fine? Make your “dissatisfaction associated with multiple arbitration decisions unfavorable to the club” known. Racing sees this as a “lack of respect for our players and our club”.
If Sisakko’s canceled goal against Cercle last weekend has sunk many more, the Limburgers lost this Wednesday after a 94th-minute converted penalty in the OHL. After another penalty, this time in Genk’s favour, the whistle was not blown despite a push on Artega.
Genk, who had already complained about the penalty received by Deniz Undaw in the match against Union, so it appears that this last drop of water has broken the camel’s back.
By taking this measure, the club is sure to exert maximum pressure on the referee who will whistle for its next matches. This will please Standard, the next rival of Stork’s band, and whoever, feels distressed by the mediocrity.