The Premier Soccer League (PSL) Disciplinary Committee last night sat to hear the cases involving Free State Stars and their coach, Steve Komphela and Bloemfontein Celtic and coach Clinton Larsen.
They were all charged for bringing the League and SAFA into disrepute in terms.
Below are the findings:
Steve Komphela and Free State Stars: They both pleaded guilty. Komphela was sentenced to a fine of R50 000.00 and Free State Stars was sentenced to a fine of R25 000.00; both fines suspended for 12 months.
In addition, they were ordered to address a letter of apology to the League, the sponsors, the referee and SAFA. Komphela and Free State Stars were ordered to pay their share of the costs.
Clinton Larsen and Bloemfontein Celtic: They both pleaded guilty. Larsen was sentenced to a fine of R50 000.00 and Bloemfontein Celtic was sentenced to a fine of R 25 000.00 both fines suspended for 12 months.