The Premier Soccer League has charged Cape Town City and NFD trio Mthatha Bucks, Milano United and Jomo Cosmos for various offences.
The quartet will appear before the PSL’s disciplinary committee on Thursday at 18h00.
The League released a statement, which reads: ‘The Premier Soccer League has charged the following clubs for various offenses. They will appear in front of the PSL Disciplinary Committee this week, Thursday 25 May 2017 at 18h00.
‘MTHATHA BUCKS: The club has been charged with contravening Rule 35.2 of the NSL Handbook after they allegedly failed to field the stipulated number of U23 players during their fixture against Stellenbosch FC on 15 February 2017 at Athlone Stadium. Mthatha Bucks have also been charged with intimidating and insulting a match official when they played FC Cape Town at NNK Stadium on 06 May 2017.
‘CAPE TOWN CITY: The club has been charged with contravening the Compliance Manual after their representative arrived 25 minutes late for the pre-match meeting three hours before kick-off ahead of their Absa Premiership fixture against Maritzburg United at Harry Gwala Stadium on 01 May 2017.
‘MILANO UNITED: The club has been charged with misconduct and behaving in an improper manner after their officials demanded access to the match official’s change room following their NFD fixture against Witbank Spurs on 26 April 2017 at Puma Stadium. The club officials further demanded that the change room of the match officials be searched by SAPS alleging that match officials were bribed.
‘JOMO COSMOS: The club has been charged with contravening the League’s Compliance Manual after they failed to submit the provisional line-up to the match commissioner three hours before kick-off ahead of their NFD fixture against Royal Eagles at Tsakane Stadium, on 07 May 2017. The club has also been charged with Rule 15.8 for refusing access to the dressing room to the opposing club Black Leopards ahead of their NFD fixture at Tsakane Stadium on 26 April 2017.’
Credit: PSL Media
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