Cape Town City proprietor fined and compelled to apologize to Kaizer Chiefs! Cape Town City proprietor John Comitis has been fined by the PSL and request to apologize to Kaizer Chiefs in the wake of 'bringing the game into offensiveness'. Comitis had been exceptionally vocal about Cape Town City not regarding their make up installation with Chiefs last month, however the game in the end went on.
PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu reported on a case involving Cape Town Stars, which found four players and technical staff guilty of an error. The club and five All Stars members appeared before DC on Wednesday, and although DC did not plead guilty, they returned the guilt verdict.
Following their appearance before the PSL disciplinary panel on Tuesday, the Chiefs are said to have received a fine of R100,000. At the end of just last week's DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United, Kaizer Chiefs admitted to using two players who were not eligible for the match.
Comitis found guilty, asked to apologise to Chiefs. Cape Town City chairman John Comitis pleaded guilty and was fined for bringing the league into disrepute, PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu has confirmed. "He [Comitis] is fined a monitory amount of R80 000, of which amount is wholly suspended for a period of 12 months on condition that during the period of suspension that he is not found guilty of the same offence," said Majavu, speaking through the PSL’s media department.
Kaizer Chiefs have been fined and forced to apologise to the owner of Cape Town City. Kaizer Chiefs have requested an apology from Cape Town City owner John Comitis after Comitis was fined by the Premier Soccer League (PSL). Despite Comitis's outspoken criticism of Cape Town City's decision not to play against the Chiefs last month, the game went ahead.
The Chiefs were fined an extra R100,000 following their appearance before the PSL disciplinary panel on Tuesday. Kaizer Chiefs admitted to deploying two ineligible players last week in their DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United in December 2018. Aiden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala, both members of Amakhosi's Diski Challenge group this season, were named as substitutes for the 2-0 victory over Sekhukhune United.
The PSL has fined Cape Town City owner John Comitis and asked him to apologize to Kaizer Chiefs for 'bringing the game into offensiveness.' Comitis had been particularly vociferous about Cape Town City's lack of preparation for their match against Chiefs last month, but the game went on.
Tuesday's appearance before the PSL disciplinary panel reportedly resulted in an additional R100,000 fine for the Chiefs. In their December 2018 DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United, Kaizer Chiefs admitted to using two ineligible players last week. Aiden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala, both of whom have been included in Amakhosi's Diski Challenge group this season, were named as substitutes for the match against Sekhukhune United, which the Glamor Boys won 2-0.
When the PSL's disciplinary committee summoned Kaizer Chiefs to be dragged over the coals for failing to play two of their DStv Premiership games in December, they didn't put up much of a fight. Chiefs threatened to fight all the way to the Supreme Court, but eventually gave up and pleaded guilty to misbehavior for their gaffer.
The PSL disciplinary advisory group has reported Orlando Pirates' discipline after the club was found to have irrationally kept Tim Sukazi's admittance to the Orlando Stadium. Orlando Pirates' DStv Premiership conflict against TS Galaxy stood out as truly newsworthy for every one of some unacceptable reasons in December after video film turned into a web sensation showing authorities at the Orlando Stadium genuinely forestalling Galaxy administrator Tim Sukazi admittance to parts of the ground.
Orlando Pirates FC and Cape Town City FC chairman John Comitis have incurred the wrath of the Premier Soccer League (PSL), and each events will face the total might of the law. The rate towards Pirates is far greater extreme since they were determined responsible of bringing the PSL, football, the South African Football Association (SAFA), Confederation of African Football (CAF), FIFA and the sponsors into disrepute.
Kaizer Chiefs have been viewed as guilty of handling ineligible players in their DStv Prevalence match against Sekhukhune United by the Head Soccer League (PSL). Chiefs named their DStv Diski Challenge players Aden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala in their group sheet for the Prevalence conflict that they won 2-0 at FNB Arena on December 12.
THERE'S a twofold pleasure at the club of Tim Sukazi's TS Galaxy after Orlando Pirates were seen as liable for keeping him from entering the arena last year. Sukazi, who was bearing the PSL authorization pass to go into the club's changing area, was denied admittance at Orlando Stadium on the 11 December last year, with video of the club posted via virtual entertainment seeing Sukazi man-took care of by the Bucs security authorities.
"Orlando Pirates was fined a monitory amount of R100 000, which amount is suspended for a period of 12 months on condition that during the period of suspension, Orlando Pirates is not found guilty of the same offence," The Premier Soccer League prosecutor Zola Majavu has revealed the punishment that Orlando Pirates have faced in relation to an incident involving TS Galaxy chairman Tim Sukazi last year during a DSTV Premiership match according to & courtesy of reports from SoccerLaduma
Chief Soccer League investigator Zola Majavu has affirmed the date when Cape Town City executive John Comitis is set to show up before Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee. Comitis has been approached to show up before PSL DC for charges of bringing the association into offensiveness and Majavu affirmed on Thursday that this meeting, which should occur on 29 April, was moved to 19 May.
The PSL disciplinary board of trustees has declared Orlando Pirates' discipline after the club was found to have irrationally kept Tim Sukazi's admittance to the Orlando Stadium. Orlando Pirates' DStv Premiership conflict against TS Galaxy stood out as truly newsworthy for every one of some unacceptable reasons in December after video film became famous online appearance authorities at the Orlando Stadium genuinely forestalling Galaxy director Tim Sukazi admittance to parts of the ground.
After appearing before the PSL disciplinary panel on Tuesday, the Chiefs allegedly received an additional R100,000 fine. At the end of just last week's DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United, Kaizer Chiefs admitted to using two players who were not eligible for the match. As a result, Aiden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala, who are both part of the Diski Challenge group for Amakhosi this season, were picked as substitutes for the 2-0 win over Sekhukhune United.
Pirates had been officially charged for denying Tim Sukazi access at Orlando Stadium in the direction of the quit of 2021. Sukazi claimed he had ‘all-get admission to’ accreditation, and as consistent with the video that did the rounds on the time, the membership boss turned into visible displaying the police and protection stewards the accreditation, however a debatable altercation observed as he turned into denied access.
The Premier Soccer League has fined Kaizer Chiefs R100,000 for fielding two ineligible players, Aiden McCarthy and Mduduzi Tshabala, in their DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United on December 12. Chiefs triumphed 2-0 in their first game back following a Coivd-19 outbreak in the Amakhosi hamlet in Naturena, which forced them to boycott games against Cape Town City and Golden Arrows in early December.
Orlando Pirates have accepted their discipline from the Premier Soccer League disciplinary advisory group in the wake of being tracked down liable last month. The Buccaneers were viewed as blameworthy for 'absurdly' denying TS Galaxy director Tim Sukazi admittance to the Orlando Stadium in front of DStv Premiership conflict in December.