Ace Ngcobo rooting for Khune’s suspension. Ace Ngcobo who is the former PSL general manager and referee feels that Khune potrayed a violent behavior during the Absa premiership 2019/20 and feels that he should be held responsible for it. Ace Ngcobo has went as far as calling unto the leagues disciplinary committee to do something about Kaizer Chief’s goalkeeper ltumeleng Khune.
His sentiments came after Khune was involved in an off the ball incident with Maritzburg United striker Judas Moseamedi during their last match with Kaizer Chief’s. Khune is being accussed of violent behavior when he swept through Moseamedi soon after scoring a goal on Saturday afternoon.
Last season we saw many players being suspended due to violent conduct and Ace feels that it’s only fair if ltumeleng Khune also gets suspended for his behavior. “As soon as the ball is out of play, it’s violent conduct. It doesn’t matter if you commit it with your small finger, your fist, your head or your foot” Ngcobo told Extra Time regarding Khune.
“Violent conduct is punishable by a suspension whether or not a red-card is shown during the match. That’s irrelevant, violent conduct must be punished with a suspension.
“If the referee has missed it on the day. We have a duty as the organizing authorities (the PSL) to make sure that an incident like that is referred to the disciplinary committee for the appropriate action to be taken.”
Kaizer Chiefs will undoubtedly be sweating over the possibility of Khune being suspended. Daniel Akpeyi missed out on this weekend’s action due to passport issues while Bruce Bvuma was named on the Amakhosi bench.
Last season Khune only managed to play in just two league matches and this was because of his ongoing injury struggles and will be shuttered if he gets suspended . Gavin Hunt and his men next turn their attention to rivals Mamelodi Sundowns who they face in their opening DStv Premiership fixture this weekend.
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