Eymael caused waves at the Limpopo club earlier this year after announcing his shock departure to take up the reins at Absa Premiership rivals Bloemfontein Celtic.
Rise and Shine acted quickly to block the move, having won their interdict against the coach's switch, although the case will now be heard at a later date.
"The case has been postponed again to next week Thursday," Eymael tells KickOff.com.
"I have had enough of that. I will miss the [Mamelodi] Sundowns game and the Polokwane City game."
Bloemfontein Celtic have since confirmed the postponement via their social media platforms.
The case between Celtic and PLK City re the interdict lodged against Celtic’s coach Luc Eymael - has been postponed to 6 April 2017. pic.twitter.com/7sBWDO3TN4— Bloemfontein Celtic (@Bloem_Celtic) March 31, 2017
Coach Luc Eymael will not be on the bench for the games against Polokwane City (Sun 02 April) & Mamelodi Sundowns (Wed 05 April) pic.twitter.com/VJw4dzv0gR— Bloemfontein Celtic (@Bloem_Celtic) March 31, 2017