Cape Town City proprietor fined and compelled to apologize to Kaizer Chiefs!
Cape Town City proprietor John Comitis has been fined by the PSL and request to apologize to Kaizer Chiefs in the wake of 'bringing the game into offensiveness'.
Comitis had been exceptionally vocal about Cape Town City not regarding their make up installation with Chiefs last month, however the game in the end went on.
The issue comes from Chiefs hauling out of the initially booked home apparatus against Cape Town City, because of huge Covid-19 cases. After much disarray, SAFA ultimately allowed the Glamor Boys their two make up apparatuses against both City and Golden Arrows. They would proceed to lose both those apparatuses however the harm had proactively been finished for Comitis, as his dangers to haul his group out of the installation had previously landed him in steaming hot water.
Comitis then showed up before the PSL Disciplinary Committee on Thursday, where he was charged for bringing the association into notoriety. These charges come at the rear of the comments he had made to the media after the case result among Chiefs and City. It has now been affirmed by the PSL investigator Zola Majavu that Comitis has confessed and along these lines been fined intensely.
"He (Comitis) is fined a monitory measure of R80 000, of which sum is heavenly suspended for a time of a year on condition that during the time of suspension that he isn't viewed as at real fault for a similar offense," Majavu expressed, talking through the PSL's media division.
Likewise, Comitis was additionally approached to send a composed letter to Chiefs to apologize. On the off chance that that was not making an already difficult situation even worse, it was then additionally affirmed that he would be arranged to pay the expense of the two sittings.
Cape Town City can in any case seek their retribution on Chiefs for the procedures, by guaranteeing that they dominate their last game of the DStv Premiership season on Saturday, to guarantee they burglarize Amakhosi out of a CAF Champions League spot.