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Highlanders writes letter to PSL complaining over referee who handled Black Rhinos game

6 years agoFri, 16 Jun 2017 01:56:15 GMT
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Highlanders writes letter to PSL complaining over referee who handled Black Rhinos game

Highlander chief executive Nhlahla Dube had written a letter to Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match commissioner Tendai Bwanya complaining over the appointment of referee Norman Matemera to handle their match against Black Rhinos at Morris Depot. Highlanders went on to lose the match 3-0.

Part of the letter reads:

We wish to register an official complaint on the appointment of Mr Matemera as the referee for our match against Rhinos FC at Morris Depot today, 14th of June 2017. Our discomfort with the said match official is that:
1 – In 2014 he handled our match against Dynamos FC and made controversial decision by adding more than nine minutes of optional time when the board had indicated four minutes.

2 – In 2015, in our match against Dynamos, he made a bad call and denied our club victory.

3 – He is as we are informed a serving-member of ZRP and is thus conflicted when handling a game involving another arm of the national armed forces.

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We thus register an official complaint before the match proceeds. We, will, however participate in the match under protest.

Zifa Referees Committee chief Gladmore Muzambi confirmed receipt of the letter.

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