Soccer

FC AK docked three points

2012-10-30 11:06
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Johannesburg - National First Division side, FC AK, have been docked three points by the PSL after FIFA sent correspondence to SAFA saying that they should do so, following a decision from the world football governing body’s Disciplinary Committee.

The docking of points comes because of the club’s dealings with Malian international, Abdoulaye Camara, whom they still owe money following his time with them.

A statement from the PSL explained, “FIFA has instructed the PSL to deduct three points from FC AK for failing to pay monies payable to a player, Mali-born Abdoulaye Camara.

“According to the letter from FIFA, the decision to deduct points from FC AK was taken after FCAK failed to comply with a ruling by the FIFA Disciplinary Committee on 28 July 2012 that instructed the club to pay the Mali International his earnings.”

The three points will be docked from the club automatically, coming away from their current points total for the 2012/2013 season.

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