Club Brugge and coach Philippe Clement has a Friday the attacker Mbaye Diagne, after the strafschopincident against Paris Saint-Germain will not be included in the squad for the away game on Sunday against royal Antwerp.
“Diagne’s not in the squad for Sunday and he is also a heavy financial penalty,” said Clement at a press conference. “I will determine whether or not he’s in the next few weeks or months, you can return home. That will be mostly on him, depend on it.”
Diagne made Wednesday a much-debated point in the uitduel with PSG in the Champions League. He had the ball and the lead with a penalty kick, while Lenient to him, toeschreeuwde that a specialist Hans Vanaken for him to pick up.
Then he kicked Diagne, the penalty is weak, and the attempt was stopped by goalkeeper Keylor Navas. The most painful shot in the dark and broke the Club, as the team lost 1-0 and it was far from over-wintering in the miljoenenbal.
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Diagne apologizes on Instagram
After the showdown at the Parc des Princes was according to the Belgian media to be a big fight in the dressing room of the Club. Diagne himself was holding it up on Instagram with a short apology.
“I’m so sorry. This is absolutely wrong. I just wanted to help the team, but he made a big mistake. That’s what I feel is first and foremost to apologise to the coach and the captain (Vanaken, eds.), all of the team mates and of course all of the fans,” wrote, ” to the Senegalese.
The Club is two points from four games, third in group A of the Champions League. The current leader of Belgium’s five points behind in second and Real Madrid. PSG has already secured the knock-out stages and the Club has already been shut off.
Clemente and his men are there, but good enough for the Jupiler Pro League. They start at the top with six points, ahead of closest pursuer-Standard Liege also have a game less played.
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