AMAZULU DEDUCTED POINTS |

AMAZULU DEDUCTED POINTS |

Amazulu Football Club have been deducted 5 points from the 6 points they had since the start of the 2018/2019 Absa Premiership League. The club faced PSL DC and the football body decision was that the club be docket 5 points. This has since resulted to the club falling to the last position of the log.

The FIFA Disciplinary Committee handed down a decision on 10 August 2018.  The FIFA DC
ruled:
1. Ordered AmaZulu to pay a fine of CHF 10,000.  That sum was to be paid within 30
days of notification of the decision to a named FIFA account.
2. Granted AmaZulu a final deadline of 30 days to as from notification (i.e. as from 16
August 2018) to make payment of the sum contemplated in a CAS award referred to
in the decision and proof of payment was to be provided to the South African
Football Association;
3. Ordered that if payment was not made in accordance with (2. Above) then six (6)
points would automatically be deducted without any further formal decision;
4. Indicated that if after the deduction of these points, payment was still not made, the
FIFA Disciplinary Committee would decide, upon the request of the Creditor, on a
possible relegation of AmaZulu’s first team to the next lower division.
The PSL Executive Committee communicated the automatic points deduction (6 points)
from AmaZulu FC.

Source : PSL Media