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Bosso executive summoned again over Mandava violence

29/05/2017 00:00:00
by Sports Reporter
 
 
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THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) has told Highlander’s Football Club board of directors, executive committee leaders and supporters chapters to seriously consider taking corrective measures to eradicate hooliganism in football.

Highlanders have since been summoned to appear before a disciplinary committee on the 6th of June for contravening PSL rules and regulations.

A statement by PSL comes after it received reports of violence and hooliganism which led to the abandonment of the Castle Premier League match between FC Platinum and Highlanders at Mandava Stadium Sunday. Fans invaded the pitch after FC Platinum scored a penatly awarded in the last minute of injury time to equalise.

“Highlanders leadership must realise that hooliganism and violence will affect not only the club brand but it taints the image of football in general,” said PSL communications and media liaison officer Kudzai Bare.

“We would like to assure our stakeholders as a league we will be decisive in dealing with acts of hooliganism. We will not be swayed by emotions, frustrations, disappointments of few misguided elements who continue to bring the game of football into disrepute,” said the statement.

The latest developments came as some Highlanders supporters were already leading a campaign to raise funds which will be used to pay impending PSL fine for crowd trouble that took place two weeks ago at Barbourfields Stadium.

Bosso executive was summoned to a hearing following crowd trouble which led to the abandonment of their league match against rivals Dynamos.

The campaign is running under the banner 'Asifuni Bumbulu' (We don’t want nonsense).

The PSL disciplinary committee has since reserved its decision.  

 



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