Two games are left before the league comes to an end.
The reports, made by second-placed Beitbridge outfit Tripple B, have dampened the spirit of players and supporters who had hoped to witness PSL action in Gweru next season after two years of dry spell.
CSL Chairman Patrick Hokonya, told The Zimbabwean that preliminary investigations revealed that signatures were forged on Tatenda Chingara’s registration documents.
“To begin with, Chingara’s documents were forged. They do not have our original security features and again it has emerged that his registration file was smuggled into our drawers way after the deadline for the process,” Hokonya said.
He said it had also been discovered that Chingara had a contract with a Namibian team and disowned some information on his documents suggesting that there could have been some fraudulent activities done by his team to register him illegally.
“If the team is found guilty after completion of investigations, they will get a harsh penalty. If a ZIFA official is involved in the matter, we will not hesitate to punish them. There will be no sacred cows,” Hokonya said.Post published in: Football