The Premier Soccer League is remaining quiet about whether or not they'll take any action against Kaizer Chiefs defender, Morgan Gould. The big defender was involved in a controversial incident on November 9 when he appeared to have landed a punch on the chin of Wits striker, Getaneh Kebede.
The incident appeared to be unprovoked and seemed to take place right in front of match official, Lwandile Mfiki. Nonetheless, the referee failed to give Gould his marching orders despite the apparent severity of the attack.
In addition, Wits later petitioned the league to take action against Gould and Mfiki, however the PSL have since revealed they cannot disclose what position they will be taking on this issue until further notice. They acknowledged that they recieved Wits' paperwork but weren't willing to divulge further information.
The Siya crew spoke to the PSL's Communications Officer, Luxolo September, about this matter. He said, "We can't talk specifically about the Gould issue. Whenever there is a disciplinary matter we hold a meeting. If action is to be taken against one player or another, we communicate that information to the media. This is a situation where the club writes to the PSL and then it's handled by the league and the member. We can confirm recieving the letter from Wits but that's where it ends. When we reach a decision about whether any action will be taken - wewill inform the media about it."