- Pitso Mosimane was not happy with Nande Becker allegedly wanting a four-match ban for Gaston Sirino
- He took to social media to share his opinion and asked Mzansi what they thought
- Social media users responded to the post with mixed views
A post shared on social media ruffled Pitso Mosimane's feathers. He reacted to an article alleging that PSL prosecutor Nande Becker wanted to ban Mamelodi Sundowns star player Gaston Sirino.
Briefly.co.za reported last year that Sirino was banned for two consecutive matches after picking up a red card. The player had been charged with assault against two players from Supersport United, Clayton Daniel and Dean Furman. He has pleaded not guilty to both charges.
He asked Mzansi what their take in the article was:
@Mandla_Mongo: "True he deserved more than he got."
@Blom4Sure: "Leave these fools coach, they are just jealous. Keep hurting them with success and doing it in style while breaking every available record just to rub salt in the Mir already open wounds."
@RaymondMamonya1: "So unprofessional and full of hate. As for personally, mxm. Keep on giving them sleepless nights my coach..."
@SiphoMaphumulo5: "This guy isn't fit and proper for that office, you can't be using feelings when adjudicating."
@kingVelaphies: "Sirino should have got 6 matches ban because he assaulted the players which is a criminal offence on its own never mind in the field of play, let's look back in one of the games back in the mid 90's when Eric September and Bernard Lushozi fought at fnb both got 3 match ban"
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns have built a fierce rivalry in recent seasons and the two teams are going head to head for this season's Absa Premiership.
Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane has continuously thrown shade at the Amakhosi in a bid to derail their title aspirations.
Despite this, Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung has heaped praise on Mosimane and Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt.
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