McCarthy has been ordered to pay R25k of the fine, but he cannot make similar comments at least until the end of the season
Cape Town City head coach Benni McCarthy has been fined R50 000 fine by the PSL Disciplinary Committee for calling referee Phillip Tinyani a 'cow' in October 2017.
The 40-year-old mentor wasn't happy at all by Tinyani's officiating following his side's 2-1 loss to Chippa United.
In a statement issued by the PSL, McCarthy has been ordered to pay R25 000 effective immediately, while the other portion is suspended for the remainder of the season.
Should McCarthy make similar comments before the end of the season, he will have to pay the rest of the remaining amount.
Others say He should've been fined R100 000 none suspended, because Refs are human too which deserves to be respected, and simple should be made with McCarthy to avoid such behavior for Coaches.