PSL finds Murape Murape guilty, fines him $1500

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The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League disciplinary committee found Dynamos assistant coach Murape Murape guilty of Order 31 of the Castle lager Premier Soccer League after he confronted CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe before a match played on October 16 at the National Sports Stadium changing rooms.

He was also sent to the stands by referee Ruzive Ruzive for improper behaviour in the dugout during the match. A report was sent to the PSL by CAPS United, which led to a disciplinary hearing where Murape was found guilty and fined him $1500. However, $500 has been suspended on condition he does not commit the similar offence during the 2017 season.

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