Mamelodi Sundowns rejects 1999 match-fixing allegations

Mamelodi Sundowns
Mamelodi Sundowns

Mamelodi Sundowns board and management have “strongly” rejected the 1999 match-fixing allegations made by former Bafana Bafana midfielder Peter Khoabane.


The Brazilians have since released the following statement rejecting the allegations of mix-fixing against them, which reads as follows:

The Board and Management of Mamelodi Sundowns strongly reject the 1999 match-fixing allegations made by Mr Peter Khoabane.

The 1999 match-fixing allegations are alleged to have taken place approximately 4 years before Dr Patrice Motsepe bought the club.

Mamelodi Sundowns has always adhered to the Fifa, Caf, Safa and PSL Rules and Regulations. The club has always been committed to governance & ethics and football global best practice.

We view the allegation in a very serious light and we are investigating the matter and will also seek legal advice.

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