Past PSL head chief and ref Ace Ngcobo has assembled upon the class’ disciplinary to get the opportunity to make a move against Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune.
Khune was related with an off-the-ball scene with Maritzburg United striker Judas Moseamedi during Kaizer Chiefs’ 2-1 triumph over The Team of Choice in the MTN8 quarterfinals.
Khune, the past Bafana most ideal elective goalkeeper, has been censured for ‘unforgiving direct’ after he encountered Moseamedi following surrendering an objective on Saturday night.
Various players were given suspensions for unforgiving direct in the PSL last season and Ace Ngcobo sees the Itumeleng Khune scene should warrant a close to control.
“Right when the ball is out of play, it’s irate direct. It doesn’t have such an impact in the event that you submit it with your little finger, your grip hand, your head or your foot” Ngcobo revealed to Extra Time in regards to Khune.
“Upsetting lead is legitimizing a suspension whether a red-card is appeared during the match. That is pointless, savage lead must be repulsed with a suspension.
“On the off chance that the go between has missed it on the day. We have an obligation as the sorting out pros (the PSL) to ensure that a limit like that is interpreted the disciplinary driving get-together of trustees for the fitting move to be made.”
Kaizer Chiefs will clearly be desperate over the chance of Khune being suspended. Daniel Akpeyi gave up this basic model week’s end progression by nobility of seeing evidence issues while Bruce Bvuma was named on the Amakhosi seat.