Durban - Royal AM are set to confront discipline after proprietor Shauwn Mkhize was seen passing out what seemed to resemble R200 notes to players as a little something extra after their 2-1 KwaZulu-Natal derby prevail upon Maritzburg United at the last end of the week.
In recordings that arose via online media, it seemed like players were reluctant about amid circumstances.
"The primary charge is (to Royal AM) paying somebody engaged with a football match, a player or club official, cash as to that match, "We have had a considerable amount of kickback from allies on this," said PSL examiner Nande Becker.
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As well as being charged for the distributing of cash, the PSL is set to charge Royal AM intended for different reasons.
"We are additionally charging the Covid-19 official for neglecting to guarantee everybody was wearing facial coverings. What's more, we are charging the club for permitting an intrusion of the separated region after the match. Just individuals in the group sheets and on the seat are permitted on the pitch.
"There is additionally a charge of leaving the change room late (before start off)" added Becker.
Amid the relative multitude of contentions outside the field of play, Royal AM has been the DSTV Premiership's unexpected bundle up to this point. The Chatsworth Stadium-based club is presently third in the standings in the wake of having won four out of their six installations to date.
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They trail runaway association pioneers Mamelodi Sundowns by four and Masandawana are the main side that has dominated more matches than them in the association to date (5).Royal AM, ’MaMkhize’ set to pay the price for on-field bonus saga (msn.com)
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