Herentals in match-fixing storm again

Herentals are expected to appear before the PSL DC on February 20 at the PSL offices.

By Talent Mhlanga

HERENTALS have been summoned to appear before the PSL disciplinary committee again for allegedly attempting to bribe a Bulawayo Chiefs coach and players.

The Bulawayo Chiefs match fixing case is the second for Herentals after the same committee found them guilty in the Black Rhinos case.

Herentals have since appealed against that first ruling at the Zifa appeals committee and also taken the matter to High Court.

Today the PSL confirmed that they have summoned the club again over accusations of attempting to bribe Bulawayo Chiefs on December 14.

“The Premier Soccer League has completed its investigations and summoned Herentals FC to appear before the PSL Disciplinary Committee for allegedly attempting to bribe the Bulawayo Chiefs coach and players before their Castle Lager PSL match that was played at Luveve Stadium on 14 December,” PSL said.

The League added that Herentals are being charged for breaching “Order 31 of the Premier Soccer League Rules and Regulations”.

Herentals are expected to appear before the PSL DC on February 20 at the PSL offices.  

In the first case Herentals’ three points were removed as part of the ruling, leaving them in danger of playing division one football while relegated Chapungu benefit.

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