Latest On Shabanie – Caps Match, PSL Responds

Following some ugly scenes on Sunday at Maglasi stadium in Zvishavane, the Premier Soccer League has issued a press release and arns against hooliganism and violence.





Mr Thomas Kusosa, a match official, was struck by an object as missiles rained at Maglasi stadium with CAPS United fans protesting against a goal that was ruled offside despite seeming legitimate.


“Press Release- Shabanie Mine FC v Caps United FC

The Premier Soccer League has received the official match report from the Referee for the abandoned Chibuku Super Cup Quarter Final match between Shabanie Mine FC and Caps United FC played at Maglas Stadium on Sunday 08 October 2017.

We have requested the two clubs to send their reports detailing what transpired. Thereafter, we will advise our stakeholders on the way forward.

We take this opportunity to condemn violence and hooliganism at our stadia.

We appeal to Law enforcement agents to identify perpetrators of violence and bring them to book to make our stadia safe.

We further urge all football leaders to educate their fans on the dangers of violence and hooliganism,” read a statement from PSL.

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