Galabgwe Moyana is facing a possible charge from the Botswana Premier League’s Disciplinary Committee for “bringing the game into disrepute.” The charge stems from last year’s incident in which the winger signed two separate contracts with Mochudi Centre Chiefs and Township Rollers at the same time.
The player’s loan move to Polokwane City delayed the DC’s plans to open an investigation on the matter. Information reaching Gazette Sport indicates that the DC is still pursuing the case; they have deemed the player’s decision to sign two contracts as cause for disciplinary action and they will impose sanctions on him even if he is currently considered a free agent.
The Players Status Committee (PSC) last week Thursday convened to make a ruling on the player’s next destination but the case was postponed. “No decision was reached because the committee was still going through the evidence submitted by the involved parties. The case has been postponed to Thursday, hopefully it will be concluded,” an insider informed this reporter.
The PSC will determine which club among the two, Chiefs and Rollers, is the rightful owner of the player. However, the player still has to face the wrath of the DC upon the completion of his status.
“He still has a pending case with the Disciplinary Committee, he will be hearing from them as soon as the Status Committee concludes his immediate case. A charge he faces is bringing the game into disrepute, he also risks being labelled a dishonest player,” the insider added.
Chiefs’ Public Relations Officer, Clifford Mogomotsi has revealed that the player has not reported for training since his return from a loan spell in South Africa. “We met him several times and held discussions with him but he has not yet reported for training. We believe that the situation with Rollers has contributed to his absence from our sessions,” Mogomotsi stated briefly.