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Pitso Mosimane admitted that his side is treading lightly when it comes to issues with the Premier Soccer League as Mamelodi Sundowns are still awaiting the verdict regarding Wayne Arendse.
Sundowns were fined for their ineligible fielding of Arendse during an Absa Premiership encounter against Bidvest Wits, with indications that the final verdict could see the Brazilians possibly being docked points.
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While Masandawana are at the top of the league standings with a two-point gap over Wits at second, Mosimane admitted that he is still concerned about the issue regarding the possibility of losing points.
“There are things that are out of our control that we have to accept. We never thought that we would play Maritzburg (United) before Wydad… The PSL put it (like that), you have to play, what are you going to do? The game is there,” Mosimane explained.
“Can you say that we are not going to play? It is difficult because you know there is still a Wayne Arendse case that is still hanging, I don’t know when it is coming. So we tread carefully because we drew against Bidvest Wits.
“But when the case went on with Ajax last year, I told the guys, hey, have four points more, so whenever three is docked, you have one more.
“We know this thing; probably it will come two matches before the league finishes,” he added.