Goalkeeper Tim Coremans from Sparta Rotterdam in a suspension of four games for the head butt, which on Sunday he gave them in the lost away from home against FC Groningen (2-0).
Coremans, was frustrated by a push from The Sierhuis into the penalty area and passed to the striker from Groningen, and then a head butt. Referee Kevin Blom had no choice but for the keeper’s gate, and in the second half and a penalty to give you.
“I accept this punishment as well. It is very inconvenient to me, and I don’t recognise myself not in the transgression,” says the 28-year-old Coremans, on Monday, at the site of the Race. He left after the match to know have been disappointed in himself, and in the settlement proposal, the BOARD also accepted it.
His suspension should be Coremans, and the championship Race is against FC Utrecht (home), PSV (home) and sc Heerenveen (from the bekerduel with FC Volendam, before the people to be let go.
4️⃣ | head butt is Tim Coremans at the four men at the front suspension too.
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Defender Abel on the target red card
Coach Henk Fraser was, at the time of the red card, all three substitutions made, allowing the defender to Dirk Abel, in the remaining minutes, the goal was to defend the city of Groningen. He did not take the penalty of a Charlison Benschop to a stop, allowing the home team to win the match in a lock-up here.
The loss in Groningen, the netherlands made the Race’s first defeat since september 14, and the third of the season. The city’s inhabitants occupying currently a respectable eighth place in the Premier league by two points.
Coremans was the last season in the champions league of the Race, though he was the last of four men at the front by the bar due to an injury to Roy Kortsmit. The race was decided in the expiring contract, Kortsmit, not to extend it, so Coremans, this season, the first goalkeeper to.
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