Phakaaathi Reporter
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20 Nov 2019
11:05 am

PSL bans TS Sporting’s Ntimane for six months

Phakaaathi Reporter

TS Sporting official Vusi Ntimane has been handed a six months ban by the PSL DC after being found guilty of misconduct.

TS Sporting football manager Vusi Ntimane with palyers. (Pic TWITTER/Vusi Ntimane)

It seems like the Premier Soccer League (PSL) disciplinary committee (DC) isn’t taking anything for granted nowadays, with the DC having confirmed another ban, this time around to GladAfrica Championship club TS Sporting official Vusi Ntimane.

READ: City star Makola handed six-month ban for assaulting referee

Just last week, the PSL DC banned Cape Town City midfielder Mpho Makola for six months for shoving a referee in their Telkom Knockout clash against Kaizer Chiefs.

On Wednesday morning, the DC confirmed Ntimane’s six-month ban after being found guilty of misconduct during the team’s league clash against the University of Pretoria early in November.

Meanwhile, TS Sporting were also found guilty and fined R200,000, of which R150 000 is suspended for a period of 24 months.

“The club and Mr Ntimane were ordered to pay for the costs of the disciplinary committee sitting,” read the PSL statement.

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