PSL : PSL to appeal their own DRC decision on Tendai Ndoro
The Premier Soccer League to appeal their own DRC decision
The PSL DRC early on Wednesday cleared Ajax Cape Town Striker Tendai Ndoro to play
Ajax Cape Town is said to have violated FIFA rules
According to the Fifa regulations, rule 5.3 states that a player is allowed to register with three clubs in one season, but only play official matches for two of those clubs.
Ndoro started the 2017-18 campaign with Orlando Pirates, playing in their opening game against Chippa United, before being sold for huge amounts of money to Al-Faisaly of Saudi Arabia, he then made a return to South Africa after signing for the Urban Warriors.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) issues a statement saying they respected the DRC decision to allow Ajax Cape Town striker Tendai Ndoro to be available for selection.
The PSL said it would appeal the decision since the club had clearly violated Fifa rules by fielding him recently.
” The Premier Soccer League has noted the ruling of the PSL Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) on the matter involving Ajax Cape Town and Mr Tendai Ndoro.
This morning, the PSL DRC issued a declaration order which cleared Mr Ndoro to play for Ajax Cape Town.
The PSL respects the decision of the DRC but disagrees with it. Consequently, the League will be taking the decision on appeal.”