Ayanda Dlamini charged with misconduct by PSL for attack on ball boy

Ayanda Dlamini charged with misconduct by PSL for attack on ball boy

- Baroka FC goalkeeper Ayanda Dlamini has been charged with misconduct by the PSL for throwing a ball at a ball boy

- The incident took place at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on 18 August and drew widespread condemnation from the footballing fraternity

- Dlamini has already been hit with a financial penalty from his club who unreservedly condemned his action

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Baroka FC goalkeeper Ayanda Dlamini has been charged with misconduct by the PSL disciplinary committee for throwing a ball at a ball boy. The incident took place at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on 18 August.

Dlamini drew widespread criticism when he threw a ball at a ball boy after the youngster failed to return the ball to him in time for a quick restart of the match. Baroka ultimately lost the match 2-0 to their rivals Polokwane City.

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Dlamini received a yellow card for the incident, although in retrospect the yellow card will go down as the most minor of consequence.

Briefly.co.za gathered that the PSL released a statement in which it confirmed that charges against Dlamini. He is scheduled to appear before the PSL’s disciplinary committee on 6 September.

Dlamini has been hit with a financial penalty from Baroka FC for the incident and his action was unreservedly condemned by the club and its management.

Sport24.com reported that the PSL also announced that Free State Stars coach Luc Eymael will also face charges of misconduct after he refused to attend a media briefing after his team’s match against AmaZulu in Durban on 19 August.

Eymael is set to appear before the committee on 4 September.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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