- Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane made reference to the fact that he saw Kaizer Chiefs striker Samir Nurkovic kick another player
- Mosimane's point was that the Serb escaped punishment from the PSL and he's calling for a similar stance against Gaston Sirino
- PSL prosecutor Nande Becker will soon disclose Sirino's fate after he allegedly struck Dean Furman and Clayton Daniels in the MTN8 clash
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has earned a reputation for questioning refereeing decisions and often has a lot to say about Kaizer Chiefs.
A few months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Mosimane landed himself in hot water as the PSL took exception to his claims.
This time, the outspoken tactician cited Chiefs striker Samir Nurkovic who he claimed to see kicking another player.
Mosimane said, "I saw Nurkovic kicking a player from behind, boom, hit him."
KickOFF.com reported that Mosimane's comments were meant to come to the aid of Gaston Sirino.
Mosimane added, "Let Nurkovic play. He is scoring goals. Let the League be nice. So why do we go to Sirino?"
PSL prosecutor Nande Becker is braced to hand out Sirino's sentence after he allegedly struck Dean Furman and Clayton Daniels during their MTN clash.
Becker previously took a no-nonsense approach when he imposed a six-month ban on Cape Town City midfielder Mpho Makola - before it was reduced to four matches by the SAFA Appeals Committee.
Mosimane also implied that the title race could be adversely impacted if harsh punishment is dished out.
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