The Premier Soccer League has barred Dynamos team manager Richard ‘Nyoka’ Chihoro from carrying out his duties during matches until he appears before a PSL Disciplinary Committee to answer charges of misconduct.
In a statement the PSL said Chihoro is being charged for acts of misconduct that took place at Barbourfields stadium in a match involving Dynamos and Hwange last Saturday.
The PSL said Chihoro will not be allowed anywhere the team bus, changing rooms or sit in the technical area during the PSL matches until the matter has been finalized with the hearing set for 5 April 2023.
Parts the statement read: Mr Chihoro is being charged for breaching Order 31 of the PSL Rules and Regulations which makes it an act of misconduct on the part of a player, official, servants or duly authorised (express or implied) representatives of a club who;
31.2.16 Commits any act or makes any statement, either orally or in writing or has been responsible for conduct which is considered ungentlemanly, insulting or improper behaviour, or likely to bring the game, sponsors, any member, the League, ZIFA, CAF or FIFA into disrepute.
31.2.17 Behaves in a manner which brings the League or any of its sponsors into disrepute or endangers the welfare of the League.
The disciplinary proceedings shall take place on Wednesday 5 April 2023 at the PSL offices.
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