Troubled Belgian coach, Luc Eymael, is on his way to report for duty at Polokwane City.
On Wednesday, the PSL issued a statement confirming that Eymael has been found guilty of contravening an order of the league's Dispute Resolution Chamber.
On April 14, the PSL DRC ordered Eymael to return to Polokwane to serve as their head coach for the duration of his contract of employment.
The Belgian had already accepted a coaching job offer at Bloemfontein Celtic, a day after he confirmed to have tendered his resignation at Rise and Shine.
He was announced as the new head coach for Celtic on March 10. With Eymael having already confirmed in March that he was looking forward to coaching Celtic, Polokwane lodged a complaint with the league querying his departure from their camp.
It was at the PSL DRC where it was ruled that Eymael is having a valid and binding contract with Polokwane and that he should return to the club to serve as their head coach for the duration of his deal.
Having been found guilty of contravening an order of the DRC on Tuesday (16 May) and sentenced to a R100 000 fine (R75 000 of it suspended), Siya sources in Limpopo have now confirmed that Eymael is on his way to Rise and Shine today (Friday) to resume his coaching duties as per the ruling.
Polokwane are 6th on the PSL log and more likely to finish the season in that position. Their last game of the campaign will be at home against Cape Town City.