between the two giants.
The committee appointed to deal with matter yesterday indicated that they needed more time to study all the evidence submitted.
PSL board member (training and development) Shame Chibvongodze last night revealed that they expect judgment on the abandoned match to be communicated to both Highlanders and CAPS United before the end of the week.
“The disciplinary hearing took place as scheduled with both clubs represented but the judgment on the matter has been reserved.
“However, we expect to notify both Highlanders and CAPS United of the committee’s decision sometime during the week,” he said.
Sources present at yesterday’s lengthy hearing revealed that Bosso were made to answer charges of failing to provide adequate security at Barbourfields Stadium while CAPS United responded to questions pertaining to the behaviour of their fans. – CAJ News
BULAWAYO- Premier Soccer League champions Highlanders and their rivals CAPS United will have to wait a little longer before they hear of the verdict of the abandoned match, a fortnight ago.
The PSL disciplinary committee on Saturday reserved judgment on the abandoned CBZ Premier League match