THE postponed Absa Premiership match between AmaZulu and Mamelodi Sundowns will finally takes place on Wednesday, May 4 as planned
This after Sundowns had lodge an appeal with the SAFA Appeals Board following the League’s decision to re-schedule the match to the said date after the original fixture scheduled for April 16 was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
The SAFA Appeals Board found that the League had not acted improperly at all in directing that the fixture be played on arbitration, the fixture will proceed accordingly.
As far as costs are concerned, no order was made and accordingly each party to pay their own costs.
“I was very disappointed to see this matter go the route of the SAFA Appeals Board,” said PSL CEO, Kjetil Siem.
The Sundowns appeal was accordingly dismissed and as such, unless there is a further appeal to
“But this does prove that we were fair in handling the matter and that our rules are fair as we,” said Siem.