Sundowns fined R20 000

2015-06-01 15:48
Pitso Mosimane (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The PSL Disciplinary Committee has found Mamelodi Sundowns defender, Alje Schut and Mamelodi Sundowns FC guilty of bringing the League and sponsors into disrepute following a post-match incident after the PSL fixture between Mamelodi Sundowns FC and MP Black Aces which was played on 08 April 2015.

Mamelodi Sundowns coach, Pitso Mosimane, was acquitted.

Mosimane's fine is in relation to his post-match comments regarding the referee, in which he said: "I think [referee] Thabo [Nkosi] must be the man of the match hey?

“Thabo did very well, he stole the show! He reminds me of [Victor] Gomes - he also steals the show."

Schut was fined R10 000 and Sundowns R20 000 which amount has been suspended for 12 months on condition that the club is not found guilty of a similar offence during the period of suspension.

The parties were ordered to pay the costs of the sitting.


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