Absa Premiership

PSL DRC finds Zulu guilty

2015-11-13 12:27
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Cape Town - The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee came to a conclusion on two separate matters.

Below is the outcome:

Siyabonga Zulu: The player was charged with contravening Rule 37 of the NSL after he allegedly signed two contracts with different clubs covering the same period of employment.

Zulu was found guilty. Having heard evidence in mitigation of sentence, the PSL DC undertook to hand down a written sentence within seven days.

Veli Mothwa: The player was charged with contravening Rule 37 of the NSL after he allegedly signed two contracts with different clubs covering the same period of employment.

Mothwa was found guilty. He was sentenced to a fine of R20 000.

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