Tuesday May 12, 2020. 08:54
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) Disciplinary Committee has finally settled the case against Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Gaston Sirino.
On Monday, the PSL announced the outcome with both Sundowns and the Uruguayan playmaker charged heavily by the governing body.
Sirino was investigated for brining the game into disrepute after lashing out at two SuperSport United players (Dean Furman and Clayton Daniels) during a MTN8 fixture against their Tshwane rivals last year.
On conclusion of handing down their outcome, the PSL released the following statement:
The Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee (DC) previously found Mamelodi Sundowns and their player Gastón Sirino guilty on several charges.
Mamelodi Sundowns were found guilty of bringing the League in disrepute while Gastón Sirino was found guilty of assaulting two SuperSport United players, Dean Furman and Clayton Daniels.
The DC has ruled that:
– Mamelodi Sundowns is ordered to pay a fine R200 000 of which R150 000 is suspended for a period of 24 months on condition that they are not found guilty of a similar offence during the period of suspension.
– Gastón Sirino is ordered to serve a two-match suspension.
– Gastón Sirino is ordered to pay a fine of R75 000 of which R25 000 is suspended for a period of 24 months on condition that they are not found guilty of a similar offence during the period of suspension.
– Both Mamelodi Sundowns and Gastón Sirino are ordered to pay the several sittings of the Disciplinary Committee.