CT City confirm missing card case with police


Cape Town City have confirmed opening a case of theft at the Cape Town Police Station after a car belonging to the club's team manager was broken into with the squad's playing cards stolen.

City's DStv Premiership clash at Cape Town Stadium against Maritzburg United was played under protest after the hosts failed to produce their registration cards.

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City went to claim a 3-2 victory in a thrilling contest which could now prove futile with the protest hanging over the result.

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"We've opened up a case and fortunately we managed to get the video footage of the incident," CT City media officer Julian Bailey tells Kickoff.com.

"It was not just the playing cards that were stolen but also a laptop, printer and other items belonging to the team and the team manager.

"We have the affidavit and we have submitted with the documents to the PSL," Bailey added.

Match commissioner Morne Daniels refused to comment as the protest was an ongoing matter.

"I am not allowed to speak to the media. Please speak to the league.

"I have submitted everything to the league," Daniels said.

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