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Orlando Pirates has to pay a fine for what they did to Tim Sukazi

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.

The previous football specialist then squeezed charges against Pirates, saying this was done purposefully and going similarly as saying he's not frightened to talk straightforwardly against Pirates director Irvin Khoza in anxiety toward seeing his side consigned.

Sukazi said of the episode that he even called the PSL executive, who is additionally the Pirates director, yet that went to hard of hearing ears as the safety officers didn't permit him to enter.

Nonetheless, PSL DC examiner Zola Majavu said Pirates were off-base and they have been viewed as liable for denying Sukazi access and the fine added up to R100,000 yet it is suspended for quite a long time on condition that they are not seen as at real fault for a similar offense.


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