Dembare, Ngezi Fined Over Baobab Violence

Premier Soccer League (PSL) has fined Dynamos Football Club and Ngezi Platinum Stars for the disturbances witnessed during their clash at Baobab Stadium on the 28th of October.

According to PSL, Ngezi Platinum Stars FC and Dynamos FC were found guilty of contravening Order 31 of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League Rules and Regulations and were ordered to pay $2500 each of which $500 was suspended on condition that they do not commit a similar offense until the end of the season.

According to PSL rules, football clubs are liable if their “supporters misbehave in any manner whatsoever, inside or outside a ground before, during or after a match, no matter on which ground the match is played. Without derogating from the generality of what constitutes misbehavior on the part of supporters, the following are specifically declared to be acts of misbehavior;

“Acts of violence or attempted acts of violence against anyone at the game.

“On the part of a player, official, servant or duly authorized (express or implied) representatives of the club, official of the league, member of the executive committee or member of any sub-committee as the case maybe who;

“Directly or indirectly interrupts, obstructs, or disturbs the normal proceedings of a game, before during or after match.”

In a statement that was released by Premier soccer league ordered the two clubs are expected to pay a fine by the 30th of November 2017.

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