PSL Collects $12 000 In Fines 10 Games Into 2018 Season

6 years agoWed, 09 May 2018 07:31:51 GMT
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PSL Collects $12 000 In Fines 10 Games Into 2018 Season

The Premier Soccer League have raked in almost $12 000 in fines imposed on clubs and officials for various offences in the first 10 games of the 2018 season.

Shabanie Mine accrued a total of $3 300. PSL debutants Mutare City were hit with a $2 000 fine, while their coach Joseph Takaringofa received a $1 150 fine for issuing reckless statements in the media implying bias after the match against Ngezi Platinum Stars at Baobab Stadium. Dynamos were slapped with a $2 000 fine after their fans threw missiles onto the pitch in their match against Yadah at Rufaro Stadium.

ZPC Kariba received a $1 250 fine for not travelling for their opening league game against FC Platinum at the National Sports Stadium and also forfeited the match on a 3-0 score line. CAPS United were handed a $1150 fine for delaying kick-off during their game against Bulawayo Chiefs and using a kit with the sponsor’s logo improperly secured as per PSL standard as well as using a kit with improperly printed names on the back of the shirt.

Three coaches, Tirivaviri Sithole of Chicken Inn, Robert Jiuro of Chapungu and Tichaona Diya of Harare City were slapped with $250 fines each for being expelled from the technical area for disorderly conduct and using abusive language towards referees during games.

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