Orlando Pirates has been in trouble with the law in recent times. This has not been the season for the Buccaneers when it comes to treating other teams with respect. They have failed dismally when it comes to that. At first a case was opened against Orlando Pirates media officer Thandi Merafe. That has let to more investigation on what happened when Orlando Pirates denied TS Galaxy chairman access to their stadium. Premier Soccer League has finally responded on the issue as that was not the first time they denied someone access into the stadium. PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu has confirmed the hearing date for the Buccaneers is next week Wednesday.
He told the media that "Orlando Pirates Football Club was charged yesterday, and their matter has been enrolled for hearing at 2 o’clock on the 26 of January, next Wednesday. This is in relation to the misconduct arising from the chairman of TS Galaxy being denied entry into the stadium. The charges proffered against Orlando Pirates relate to that incident. When it is finalised, at whatever date and time, once again I will come back and provide a further update on the outcome of the DC hearing." what do you think will be a suitable punishment for the Buccaneers? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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