Pitso Mosimane has suggested Gaston Sirino’s expected disciplinary ban will have a huge impact on Mamelodi Sundowns’ remaining league title deciders.
Sirino is still waiting for his punishment after he was found guilty of assaulting Clayton Daniel and Dean Furman of SuperSport United in an MTN game. Sirino slapped both Daniels and captain Furman.
A key talking point from the #MTN8 semi-final between Sundowns and SuperSport saw Gaston Sirino raise his hand to the face of both Clayton Daniels and Dean Furman. The ref showed a yellow card... pic.twitter.com/leryaowQvb— SuperSport 🏆 (@SuperSportTV) September 18, 2019
“We might not have Sirino, and you know when these things come – in the last few games then it’s there,” Mosiamane said via Soccer Laduma.
“Why doesn’t it happen earlier? But it’s waiting, it’s there, you will see it, it will come,
Mosimane concluded to wonder what the PSL Prosecutor Nande Becker is thinking. “I don’t know what Nande Becker wants to do. That guy, I don’t know. I don’t want to be in trouble, but let’s leave it to Nande Becker. Let’s let Masandawana focus – I still think even if Sirino is not there we can still do something,” added Pitso.
Sundowns remaining games include Orlando Pirates, Kaizer Chiefs, Cape Town as well as the relegation-fighting pair of Baroka FC and Black Leopards.