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AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson feels Michael Morton's punishment was unfair

Posted: 29 October 2017 Time: 00:01

AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson claims it was 'unfair' that Michael Morton got punished again after recently serving a suspenion.

Morton recently served a two-game suspension after getting sent off against Bidvest Wits last month.

However, the midfielder was handed another ban and missed Usuthu's loss to Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout on Saturday evening.

"It was sad after serving his two-match suspension he goes to the DC and they give him punishment," Johnson told SuperSport TV.

"In my opinion, it's not fair. But it's how football works we have to soldier on without him.

"We gave [Siyabonga] Nomvethe a chance, there was space on the right hand side and left hand side. We made other substitutions but it was too late as Chiefs were already comfortable."

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