In their latest Disciplinary Committee update, the league has confirmed that PSL’s returnees and one other club have been charged with misconduct.
The PSL has issued a statement confirming that Black Leopards and Jomo Cosmos have been found guilty on charges of misconduct. The statement relates to the details of the charges and the fines.
“The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee has found both Black Leopards FC and Jomo Cosmos FC guilty on charges of misconduct.
“Black Leopards FC were charged with failure to provide adequate security during the National First Division play-off match against Jomo Cosmos FC on Saturday, 06 May 2018. They were fined R150 000 excluding VAT – suspended for 24 months. They were also ordered to pay costs of the sitting amounting to R33 000.
“In a second matter, Jomo Cosmos FC were also found guilty of contravening the Sport and Recreational Events Safety Act after it allowed supporters to enter the stadium without tickets during their Promotion Play-off match against Black Leopards FC on 20 May 2018. Jomo Cosmos FC have been fined R125 000 – suspended for 24 months,” read PSL’s statement.