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PSL Confirms Way Forward With Ajax Ndoro Saga

The chairman of the Premier Soccer League has revealed what the way forward is for Ajax Cape Town’s Tendai Ndoro matter.

Ajax recently won their appeal against advocate William Mokhari’s award of docking points from the Urban Warriors due to the ineligible fielding of Ndoro. 

As a result, the Urban Warriors were relegated from the Absa Premiership, however following their appeal, Judge Denise Fischer set aside the award, which saw Ajax reinstated to 15th position and the promotion/relegation play-off results deemed null and void.

Subsequently, the league confirmed that they will be appealing the latest ruling, with the chairman since revealing the steps that are set to be taken in the coming days.

“We will first appeal the matter and go to Judge Fischer to request leave (to) appeal. Should we fail in this regard, we will then go to (the) FIFA Players Status Committee,” Khoza told media in a press conference. 

The chairman also added that whatever events is set to take place in the coming days, the league will in no doubt kick off on August 04. 


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