Black Leopards sanctioned for second offence by the PSL
Posted: 7 November 2018 Time: 18:12
The Premier Soccer League on Wednesday confirmed yet another disciplinary sanction for a similar offence by Black Leopards.
Leopards have been handed a fine for a second offence, triggering the balance of their previously suspended penalty.
According to the PSL's Disciplinary Committee's findings, Lidoda Duvha have been charged with "failing to provide adequate security at their Promotion Play-offs fixture against Jomo Cosmos FC on 30 May 2018".
A statement from the League further reads: 'This was Black Leopards’ second consecutive charge for the same offence.
'The Club was fined R150 000 plus the costs of two Disciplinary Committee sittings.
'In addition, the Disciplinary Committee invoked the suspended sentence of R 150 000 handed down in respect of DC 865/18.'
The Limpopo outfit take on Soweto giants Kaizer Chiefs in an Absa Premiership fixture at FNB Stadium tonight. Kick-off is set for 19h30.