PSL fine Ajax Cape Town, Free State Stars and Jomo Cosmos
Posted: 9 October 2017 Time: 10:07
The Premier Soccer League has issued fines to Ajax Cape Town, Free State Stars and National First Division outfit Jomo Cosmos for varying infractions.
The League released a statement, which reads: 'The following matters were set down for hearing by the Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee.
'AJAX CAPE TOWN: The club was charged with failing to provide adequate security at its home venue during their Absa Premiership fixture against Free State Stars FC on 17 March 2017. This resulted in a spectator throwing an object at the match officials. The club admitted liability and paid a fine of R 11 400.00.
'FREE STATE STARS: The club was charged with failing to comply with the PSL Compliance Manual after their representative failed to arrive on time for the pre-match meeting ahead of their Absa Premiership fixture played against Ajax Cape Town FC on 17 March 2017. The club admitted liability and paid a fine of R 5 700.00.
'JOMO COSMOS: The club faced a number of charges relating to their NFD fixture against Tshakuma Tsha Madzivhandila in Vosloorus on 09 September 2017
'Below are the charges:
'Failure to ensure that their team was present in the change room 70 minutes before kick-off. The club admitted liability and paid a fine of R 22 800.00.
'Failure to furnish a typed starting line-up. The club admitted liability and paid a fine of R 17 100.00 as this was a repeat offence.
'Failure to present club (match) kit for inspection to the Match Commissioner at the Match Meeting. The club admitted liability and paid a fine of R 11 400.00 as this was a repeat offence.'