Rahman Gumbo charged for contravening PSL rules

Chicken Inn FC coach Rahman Gumbo was yesterday fined a sum of $2500 of which $500 was suspended for the rest of 2017 season on condition that he will not be convicted of a similar offence.

This comes after the Premier Soccer League (PSL) Disciplinary Committee has released the judgement in the matter of him following the abandonment of the Chibuku Super Cup First round  match between Chicken Inn FC and Yadah FC played at Ascot stadium on 23 September.

According to a statement by  Premier Soccer League,Gumbo was found guilty of contravening Order 31.4 of the Premier  Soccer League Rules and Regulations.

“Rahman Gumbo was found guilty of contravening Order 31.4 of the Premier  Soccer League Rules and Regulations. which makes it an offence on the part of an official where the said official causes the abandonment of the match.

“In coming up with their judgments,the Disciplinary Committee noted that it was clear that Gumbo caused the abandonment of the match when he ordered his players off the field of play in protest against the referee’s decision.

“Rahman Gumbo was fined a sum of $2500 of which $500 was suspended for the rest of 2017 season on  condition that he will not be  convicted  of a similar offence.

“The effective fine of $2000 together with the costs of the hearing is to be paid by 30 November 2017,”reads the statement.

 

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