PSL Disciplinary Committee Outcomes

The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee has released its ruling on a number of matters. Below is the summary.

MARITZBURG UNITED: The club was charged with failing to provide adequate security during their fixture against Supersport United FC on 09 September 2017. The club was found guilty and sentenced to a fine of R 20 000.00.

ROYAL EAGLES: They was charged with failing to provide adequate security during their National First Division (NFD) fixture against Highlands Park FC on 26 August 2017.

The club was found guilty and sentenced to a fine of R 10 000.00.

Secondly, the club was charged with failing to give their opponents Super Eagles FC timeous access to their change rooms on 23 September 2017. The club was found guilty and sentenced to a fine of R 20 000.00.

RICHARDS BAY and RICHARD MAKHOBA: Mr Makhoba and Richards Bay were charged with misconduct following an incident which took place during the club’s NFD fixture against Tshakhuma FC on 24 September 2017 during which the match officials were abused and the match was delayed.

Mr Richard Makhoba was suspended for four matches and sentenced to a suspended fine of R 10 000.00. The club was sentenced to a fine of R 20 000.00, suspended.

BIDVEST WITS and GEORGE MOGOTSI: Bidvest Wits and Mr Mogotsi were charged with misconduct following incidents which took place during the club’s match against Kaizer Chiefs FC on 16 September 2017 during which the match officials were abused and the match was delayed.

Mr George Mogotsi was suspended for four matches. The club was sentenced to a fine of R 50 000.00, suspended.

BIDVEST WITS and GABADINHO MHANGO: Bidvest Wits FC and Mr Gabadinho Mhango were charged with misconduct following incidents which took place during the club’s match against Amazulu FC on 20 September 2017 during which match Mr Gabadinho Mhango spat at an opposing player.

Gabadinho Mhango was suspended for 10 matches – four matches suspended. The club was sentenced to a fine of R 50 000.00, suspended.

AMAZULU and MICHAEL MORTON: Mr Michael Morton and Amazulu were charged pursuant to incidents which took place during the club’s match against Bidvest Wits FC on 20 September 2017.

Mr Michael Morton was found guilty of assaulting an opposing player but acquitted of spitting at an opposing player. Mr Michael Morton was suspended for an additional two matches.

The club was sentenced to a fine of R 50 000.00, suspended.