- SuperSport United have confirmed that sanctions have been imposed on Thamsanqa Gabuza
- Gabuza initially missed training sessions and was arrested for violating lockdown regulations in May
- CEO Stan Matthews confirmed that the player has been punished, but the details remain confidential
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Thamsanqa Gabuza has had a bit of a roller-coaster ride over the last few months and SuperSport United have not been impressed.
The striker has experienced some issues on the field, but has had quite a few incidents off of it.
A few months ago, Briefly.co.za learnt that Gabuza missed a few training sessions without permission.
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The final straw took place in May when Gabuza was arrested for violating lockdown laws, as he was caught speeding.
The club vowed to take action and KickOFF.com reported that SuperSport United CEO Stan Matthews confirmed the matter has since been dealt with.
Matthews said, "I can confirm that our player Thamsanqa Gabuza has received an internal sanction for transgressions of club policy before and during lockdown. His sanction remains confidential."
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Matthews emphasised that the issue has been resolved now and that Gabuza will rejoin his teammates when the season resumes.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Gabuza performed a memorable tackle on Stellenbosch FC defender Sibusiso Mthethwa.
Gabuza sent Mthethwa crashing into the advertising boards following his huge hit over the weekend.
Photos of the tackle have been trending and social media users feel that Gabuza missed his calling as a rugby player.
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