PSL Asks Two Top Coaches To Explain Their Comments

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Two top PSL Coaches in trouble for the comments they’ve made during their post-match interviews.

The PSL Disciplinary Committee (PSL DC) said in a statement: The Premier Soccer League has addressed formal correspondence to the Mamelodi Sundowns FC head coach Mr Roger de Sa and to the Mamelodi Sundowns FC coach Mr Pitso Mosimane.

This follows comments made by the two respective coaches concerning match officials on 23 and 24 February 2018.
The League has given both coaches five working days to respond to a request asking them to formally confirm or deny the comments attributed to them.

Roger De Sa

De Sa was extremely towards Victor Gomes after Stars lost in the last minute to Maritzburg United on February 23, where Gomes showed Roger a straight red card.

“The worst thing about it, I said to him after the game, ‘Victor, come on man, you can’t have the Gomes Show every week’. Those were my exact words. Is that a red card? That’s all I said. I was actually trying to give him a bit of advice. And he turned around and said that was ‘ungentle manly conduct’ and gave me a red card.”

Pitso Mosimane

“I’m not sure about the SuperSport goal. What I know is that the linesman was late and it was probably not offside. What I can guarantee he was late not once, twice or three times, he was forever late,” he said

He was also furious to the point whereby he made serious allegations that Mr Barker, the fourth official, only wants to collect money from the coaches.

Mosimane expressed his feelings to SuperSport TV after the game.