Moses' case postponed
Posted: 18 February 2010 Time: 12:12 pm
The PSL's Dispute Resolution Chamber has postponed the case between Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Thembalethu Moses and the club until March 18.
Moses joined Sundowns at the beginning of last season from First Division side FC Cape Town but never played a single game for the club. The 27 year-old has since returned to FC Cape Town and re-joined them on a short term contract.
The root of the matter is that Sundowns insists they will only pay Moses – whose contract they terminated at the end of last year – just two months salary after parting with him despite the player having had a contract that would have run to June 2012.
"The reason why the case was postponed is because the PSL had booked my case along with that of Sydney Plaatjies (also against Sundowns) on the same day so time ended up being a problem," the player tells KickOff.com.
"I have played three games for FC Cape Town so far and will continue training with the club until we play in the Nedbank Cup. I have a nice simple contract and the good thing is that club boss Errol Dicks is trying something out for me in Turkey after one of his contacts was impressed with the way I played when we beat Bay United," Moses adds.