Chippa United goalkeeper, Ryan Harrison’s case with the ‘Chilli Boys’ has been postponed following a meeting with the Premier Soccer League this morning.
As reported by Soccer Laduma earlier today (Tuesday), there seems to be unresolved matters between National First Division side, Chippa United, and their goalkeeper Ryan Harrison, who decided to quit the club due to a dispute regarding his salary which had not been paid in full, as well as issues relating to bonuses.
The 27-year-old attended a hearing in Johannesburg this morning together with his CEO, Peter Koutroulis, in an effort to be declared a free agent, but the case was postponed.
“The matter will be heard again on Thursday, December 5,” said the PSL’s head of communication, Connie Motshumi.
This was also confirmed by Koutroulis, who at very short notice had to jump on a plane after being ordered to attend an "emergency case."
The Siya crew will continue to monitor the situation and give you an update on the latest developments.