Orlando Pirates have been found guilty of refusing TS Galaxy chairman Tim Sukazi entry into Orlando Stadium, the Premier Soccer League (PSL) prosecutor Zola Majavu has confirmed.
Pirates initially pleaded not guilty on the PSL charges against them after the fracas that occurred in December between members of Pirates staff and Sukazi in a video that went viral on social media.
After months of back and forth and postponements, Majavu has now confirmed the DC reached a verdict: “The PSL DC has just returned a guilty verdict against Orlando Pirates.
“This is a result of Pirates having been found to have unreasonably denied Tim Sukazi access to Orlando Stadium when he was entitled to do so.
“As a result, Orlando Pirates Football Club was found to have brought the league, the game, SAFA, CAF FIFA and the sponsors into disrepute.
“Having been convicted, the next stage now is for both parties to address the committee in regards to the appropriate sanction.”
The matter is set to be referred on 3 May before the DC makes its final decision on sanction.
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