CAPS United head coach Lloyd Chitembwe is likely to pay a fine for not giving an interview after his club’s 3-1 loss to How Mine.
The Herald reports that Chitembwe stormed straight to the dressing rooms and is likely to be charged under the PSL Standing Orders 12: Offences and Fines which states that:
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For failure or refusal to conduct a pre-match or post-match interviews by the head coach, captain or player, a fine of $125 will be imposed on the offending head coach, captain and player. The club will be fined $500.
Speaking to The Herald, PSL communications and media liaison officer Kudzai Bare said that the media is also expected to make formal complaints to the PSL. She also said that they will reach a decision based on the match commissioner’s report. She also said that PSL will also conduct its own investigations on the issue.
Lloyd Chitembwe is one of the most talented midfielders to have played for CAPS United Football Club He was part of the all conquering squad assembled by Charles Mhlauri which clinched back to back titles during the 2004 and 2005 soccer seasons. He is the... Read More About Lloyd Chitembwe