JOHANNESBURG - Bidvest Wits forward Gabadinho Mhango and AmaZulu midfielder Michael Morton are set to appear at the Premier Soccer League (PSL) disciplinary committee again on October 26 after their case was postponed on Wednesday.
This was confirmed by AmaZulu boss Cavin Johnson at King Zwelithini Stadium in Umlazi on Wednesday night, where the hosts suffered a 3-2 defeat to Polokwane City in the Premiership.
"That was postponed. It has been postponed to the 26th," Johnson explained.
Mhango is facing a charge of misconduct after he spat in the face of Morton during Wits' 3-0 defeat to Usuthu on September 20 in Umlazi.
Morton retaliated and was sent off after the incident, subsequently appeared before the PSL disciplinary committee and going on to serve a two match ban.
"Mr Mhango has been charged with misconduct for allegedly offending the dignity of Amazulu FC player, Michael Morton following an alleged spitting incident on 20 September 2017,” the PSL said in a statement issued after the event in September.