Satmos to appeal Takunda ruling

Satmos has a boardroom matter on addition to their relegation fight
Satmos has a boardroom matter on addition to their relegation fight


The DC, however, did not deliver the sentence and gave FC Satmos two days (Wednesday and Thursday) to mitigate before they can sentence them.  The club chairperson, Monnakgotla Mojaki said Satmos will definitely appeal since they believe they can never get a fair ruling from the BPL DC.  He said it is their view that the DC does not make independent decisions and will take the matter further.  Regarding the mitigation, Mojaki said they will consult their lawyer and map the way forward.  “The judgement came at a time when we thought the arguments on the merits of the case were going to continue.  We came prepared specifically for that because the last time the case was heard, the prosecutor was supposed to provide some documents in the next meeting, which was last Tuesday,” he said.

Takunda, who helped Satmos retain their Premier League status when he almost single handedly thrashed Notwane in the relegation play-off, now faces more time on the sidelines. Mojaki said their argument remains that they have not done anything wrong. 

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