Swallows FC has been viewed as at real fault for changing their group sheet without the endorsement of coordinate authorities against Cape Town City and hit with a fine, Premier Soccer League (PSL) Prosecutor Zola Majavu has affirmed.
The Soweto-based outfit saw dominated the match 3-2 at Dobsonville Stadium prior this month yet the occurrence wherein saw the game opening shot deferred was fought by the Citizens as Givemore Khupe was recorded in the firing line-up while Kwanda Mngonyama was recorded on the seat.
Notwithstanding, toward the beginning of the game, it was switched, which has now tracked down them in steaming hot water.
"Swallows showed up before the PSL DC to pay all due respects to two counts, the first was the deferring of the opening shot in the match among themselves and Cape Town City, by three minutes," he said on Thursday night in an authority explanation.
"The subsequent count connected with the correction of the group sheet without earlier endorsement of the match authorities, as well as conference with the restricting commander. The respondent, Swallows FC conceded and was thusly indicted accordingly.
"Having stood by listening to the entries from the two players' legitimate delegates with respect to the suitable approval, the PSL DC authorize Swallows FC as follows:
"1. A money related fine of R50,000 of which R40,000 is suspended and R10,000 payable really on condition that during the year recond they are not viewed as at fault for a similar offense once more and requested to pay the expense of seating. In absolute Swallows, pay is around R80,000."
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