The Premier Soccer League have confirmed that they will delay the GladAfrica Championship handover after being 'threatened and served with Court papers'.
Royal AM clinched top spot on the final day of the season after drawing 1-1 with Cape Town All Stars, while Sekhukhune United finished second despite claiming victory over JDR Stars.
The Disciplinary Committee awarded Sekhukhune United three points this week after Polokwane City failed to field the correct number of U-23 players during a league meeting, however the PSL did not agree with the ruling.
The Premier Soccer League has been threatened and served with Court papers in relation to an arbitration award handed down impacting the GladAfrica Championship table.
The matter must clearly be ventilated one way or the other and resolved. The League responsibility is to properly consider the matter and take advice so as to ensure that all disputes and differences are finalized urgently and without delay.
While the matter remains in dispute, it is advisable to delay the GladAfrica Championship trophy handover for a short period to permit the League to consider the matter. The matches will continue and the results will be arrived at, and the issues resolved.
The League undertakes to resolve whatever issues there are as expeditiously as possible.
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