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PSL Disciplinary Committee Update

Written By Themba Khumalo on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 | Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The following cases will appear before the Premier Soccer League (PSL) Disciplinary Committee on 14 November 2013.

VELI MOTHWA: The player has been charged with contravening Rule 37.16 of the NSL for entering in to two contractual agreements with two different clubs, Baroka FC and Polokwane City for the same period.

On 05 November 2013, the PSL Dispute Resolution Committee ruled that Mothwa’s registration with Polokwane City FC was recognised by the NSL as a valid registration notwithstanding the fact that he had also signed a contract with Baroka FC for the same period.

ITUMELENG KHUNE and KAIZER CHIEFS: The player and his club have been charged with contravening the FIFA Laws of the Game and NSL rules after Khune pulled up his jersey showing an undergarment with a religious slogan written on it in a fixture against Orlando Pirates at the FNB Stadium on 26 October 2013.

AFRICAN WARRIORS: African Warriors have been charged with contravening provisions of the PSL Compliance Manual after their representative and a media officer failed to arrive on time for the pre-match meeting ahead of their NFD fixture against Chippa United on 01 November 2013 at Phillipi Stadium.

African Warriors have also been charged with an additional contravention of the Football Manual after they failed to submit the team-sheet on time during the same fixture.

BLACK LEOPARDS: Black Leopards have been charged with contravening Rule 8.9.6 after they failed to provide a minimum of eight appropriately trained stretcher bearers to attend to injured players and/or match officials and/or spectators during their fixture against Thanda Royal Zulu on 02 November 2013 at the Seshego Stadium.
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