THE Premier Soccer League (PSL) has strongly condemned the behaviour of some supporters at Sunday’s Absa Premiership fixture between Moroka Swallows and Mamelodi Sundowns.
This is after some supporters invaded the pitch after fulltime.
PSL Acting CEO, Cambridge Mokanyane said the PSL was disappointed with the behaviour of some fans yesterday.
“As the PSL, we condemn this kind of behaviour in the strongest possible terms. What we saw on Sunday afternoon at the VW Dobsonville Stadium is completely unacceptable and cannot be tolerated. This faction of supporters is letting our football down; their actions are damaging the image of a product which has reputable name around the world.
“We will not allow this kind of behaviour at our stadiums. The safety and security of both the players and the fans is our priority,” he said.
Also condemning the incident was SAFA president, Kirsten Nematendani who said: “The league should go through all available footage and ban for life those involved in such a dangerous and unruly behavior. We should root out this evil before it becomes a moster.”