The Premier Soccer League said on Sunday morning that they will work closely with law enforcement to ensure that those responsible for the violence at Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday night are brought to book. Several fires were also started in the stands leading police to utilise stun grenades to disperse the crowd.
The PSL, the governing body for professional football in South Africa, said in a statement it strongly condemned the "acts of hooliganism and violence during the fixture between Kaizer Chiefs and Free State Stars". We can only react what's going to happen tomorrow.
A live interview on SABC1 with Stars player Patrick Phungwayo was interrupted as the spectators again broke the security ring at the tunnel and stormed inside, while SuperSport's live broadcast was cut short as their cameras and other equipment were damaged. "Football is a attractive game and I can't idle while few supporters are making a skunk of our game", Xasa said on Sunday. One female security guard was injured as a result of the scuffle with fans.
The continued incidents made a mockery of the SASREA ACT when it came to security. "This validates my view that an investigation must happen, so that we fully understand areas of weakness in sport security".
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"It's tough, the gods aren't smiling on us as you can see".
"We knew even if we win the cup there were going to be changes".
Stadium management on Sunday said the guard was in fact a man, contrary to reports that the guard was a woman. Due process must be followed to get to the bottom of it.
Chiefs announced Komphela's decision to resign straight after the match, and a statement from the club highlighted their concern for safety after the violence.