Gallants provide update on disciplinary case


Marumo Gallants have provided an update on the ongoing disciplinary case after the club decided to controversially suspend three first-team players.

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Gallants confirmed that the disciplinary case involving Tholang Masegela, Aluwani Nedzamba and Simon Mamudzidi will be heard in Polokwane on Wednesday.

The three players were suspended by the club recently, with the South African Players Union (SAFPU) revealing that outstanding salary payments were at the root of internal disagreements.

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Safpu spokesperson, Calvin Motloung confirmed that the case involving Masegela, Nedzamba and Mamudzidi will be heard on Wednesday. 

"The case was supposed to be heard last week Thursday but was postponed to this week, Motloung tells

"It will be held in Polokwane tomorrow.

Gallants have been surrounded by reports of behind-the-scenes chaos in their maiden campaign in the top-flight.

Head coach Sebastien Migne was sacked for reported abusive language towards technical director Harris Choeu in a matter that was resolved through another disciplinary hearing.

Migne’s sacking comes just over a fortnight after Jean-Francois Losciuto resigned suddenly citing a myriad of internal problems faced during his short time with the Limpopo-based club.

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