Ben Motshwari of Orlando Pirates despondent during the Absa Premiership 2019/20 match between Cape Town City and Orlando Pirates at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on 23 August 2020. ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
BREAKING NEWS: Orlando Pirates suspend Ben Motshwari!
Orlando Pirates have authoritatively suspended midfielder Ben Motshwari after he was officially charged by police on Monday morning.
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In an assertion delivered on Monday, Pirates didn't uncover why Motshwari's was charged by police.
The Buccaneers, notwithstanding, said Motshwari will stay suspended forthcoming 'an examination' prior to maintaining their authority to not remark further on the matter.
Also, that is on the grounds that the matter that prompted Motshwari being charged by police is dependent upon a legitimate interaction, the club said.
Motshwari is the second Pirates player to be officially charged by police over the most recent a year.
In September 2020, star assailant Thembinkosi Lorch was captured and charged for supposedly attacking his then sweetheart Nokuphiwa Mathithibala.
He was in this manner delivered on a R2000 bail before the charges against him were temporarily removed in January 2021.
"Orlando Pirates Football Club can affirm that it has suspended midfielder Ben Mothswari in the wake of being charged by police toward the beginning of today. Mr Motshwari will stay suspended, forthcoming an examination," peruses the assertion.
"The matter is dependent upon a lawful cycle and the club is, accordingly, incapable to offer further remark until that interaction is finished," closed the assertion.
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