Absa Premiership

Pirates, Chiefs to face PSL DC

2013-04-03 13:35
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Johannesburg - The PSL’s disciplinary committee (DC) has confirmed that Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs have been charged for contravening certain rules within the league.

According to the soccerladuma.co.za website, Pirates have been charged with contravening Rule 12.2 and Rule 12.3 after they failed to change to white shorts as the away side, in order to avoid a clash of colours, before their fixture against Chiefs on March 9, 2013, at the FNB Stadium. Bucs will face the DC on April 4.

Meanwhile Chiefs have been charged with contravening Rule 10.5, after they failed to allow their opponents, Polokwane City, access to their change room at least four hours before the game at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on March 16, 2013. They only allowed them access approximately one hour before the start of the game. Chiefs will appear in front of the DC on April 10.

The PSL’s DC has also confirmed that Dynamos has been charged with contravening the kit manual after one of Dynamos’ players worse a jersey with a number different to the one displayed on his shorts during their NFD fixture against Roses United at Giyani Stadium on March 9, 2013.

Sivutsa Stars face two charges. The first charge is for contravening Rule 8.9.1 and Rule 10.1, after they failed to procure a doctor for the spectators in their fixture against Thanda Royal Zulu at Thulamahashe Stadium on November 28, 2012.

The club has also been charged for failure to arrive in the change rooms at the stipulated time (60 minutes before the start of the game) at the same game against Thanda. The second charge is for contravening Rule 8.9.2 in their fixture against African Warriors on March 10, 2013, at the Kabokweni Stadium.

Witbank Spurs face three separate charges for contravening Rule 8.9.4. Spurs allegedly failed to procure the services of a spectator doctor in their fixture against Jomo Cosmos at the Puma Stadium on March 9, 2013. 

Secondly, they failed to procure the services of a spectator doctor in their fixture against Milano United on March 3, 2013, at the Puma Stadium. They also face a third (similar) offence in their game against Vasco da Gama at the Puma Stadium on March 16, 2013.

Roses United have been charged with contravening Rule 8.9.4 after they failed to procure a doctor for the spectators in their game against Vasco da Gama at the Botshabelo Stadium on March 3, 2013.

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