PSL wants Khune to explain

Posted: 13 April 2015 Time: 04:11 pm

The PSL has given Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune five days to explain the comments he made about match officials on Twitter.

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Khune sent out some controversial comments following his sending-off against AmaZulu last week. He was first booked for timewasting and then again for showing dissent at the decision of referee Phillip Tinyane.

READ: Khune hits out at ref

The PSL has now issued the following statement:

'The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has written to Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune as per provisions of the PSL Rules to admit or deny certain comments attributed to him on the social media network Twitter on Thursday, 9 April 2015.

'The comments related to match officials appointed to officiate the Absa Premiership fixture between Kaizer Chiefs and Amazulu on 9 April 2015.
'Khune has been afforded five days to respond.'


How does Khune respond to rumours that he is leaving Chiefs at the end of the season? Find out in the April edition of KICK OFF Magazine, on sale now, where he says it's time footballers tell the truth. Or download a digital copy.

Article by: PSL Media

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