The PSL has issued a statement on the utterances allegedly made by Black Leopards chairman David Thidiela to referee Victor Hlungwani.
Following the match between Leopards and Bloemfontein Celtic at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday, Thidiela was unhappy with some of the decisions taken by referee Victor Hlungwani, which led to the club boss allegedly uttering some harsh words to the official.
The PSL has since issued a statement stating that Thidiela has been afforded an opportunity to respond to the matter.
PSL Media Statement on alleged utterances by Mr Thidiela
The National Soccer League has become aware of the alleged utterances which appear to have been made by Mr David Thidiela, the chairman of Black Leopards Football Club, at Thohoyandou Stadium on 16 September 2018.
The League distances itself from any comment or utterance such as that which has been reported. Black Leopards is a member of the League, and both the club and Mr Thidiela are bound by the NSL Handbook. If the reported utterances are true, this would contravene the League Code of Ethics.
Mr Thidiela has been afforded an opportunity to respond to this matter and provide such information as may be relevant.
The matter will serve before the Executive Committee and the highest decision-making body of the League, the Board of Governors, at a meeting that has been called for this Thursday, the 20th September 2018.