Cape Town City chairman John Comitis has responded to news of Mpho Makola's suspension and is considering an appeal.
Makola has been handed a six-month ban by the PSL Disciplinary Committee after being found guilty of assaulting referee Abongile Tom during the Telkom Knockout fixture against Kaizer Chiefs at Cape Town Stadium on 19 October.
Comitis, who previously told this website that the League would be opening a can of worms if they charge the former Orlando Pirates star, says the club management will meet today to discuss the next step.
"Yes I did see that and I was part of that thing [DC hearing] yesterday," Comitis tells KickOff.com.
"The hearing was yesterday. We are having a meeting this afternoon and we'll make an official comment later. We've got no comment on that at the moment.
"We will be meeting the management here, the coach [Jan Olde Riekerink], to discuss what our take on this matter is."
The City chairman was pressed further on whether they were considering appealing the ban.
"Well that's what we're going to discuss at the meeting this afternoon. We will only be able to give an official statement later on."