Cape Town - Bidvest Wits forward Hellings Mhango could face an extended spell on the sidelines as he prepares to appear in front of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) disciplinary committee.
Gabadinho was alleged to have spat at AmaZulu midfielder Michael
Morton, who then retaliated at the Malawi international, before
receiving a red card during the Students' 3-0 defeat at the King
Zwelithini Stadium in September.
According to AmaZulu's General Manager Qedi Dlamini, the Durban-based
side wrote an official complaint to the league following the lack of
action taken against the forward and have since received a response.
"Yes, we did receive the response from the PSL last week informing us
that Mhango will appear before the PSL DC," he told Isolezwe.
IOL reported on Monday that the PSL acting CEO Mato Madlala was
unable to confirm a date for the official hearing.
"It is one of the
cases that are pending. We are waiting for the prosecutor to advise us," Madlala told the publication.