Ma­bila stopped from rep­re­sent­ing Swal­lows in Dazza case

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– Top lawyer Mduduzi ‘Tsotsi’ Ma­bila was stopped from rep­re­sent­ing Mba­bane Swal­lows in the on­go­ing Dar­ren ‘Dazza’ Christie case be­fore the NFAS Play­ers Sta­tus Com­mit­tee. The for­mer Manzini Wan­der­ers Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor was in­structed by SV Md­ladla and As­so­ciates to rep­re­sent


Swal­lows dur­ing the mat­ter heard at the Sig­waca House last night. He is said to have re­ceived a call in­form­ing him that he could not rep­re­sent any team by virtue of be­ing an Ex­ec­u­tive mem­bers of the PLS. Ma­bila con­firmed the de­vel­op­ments when sought for com­ment last night “I was in­structed by SV Md­ladla and As­so­ciates to stand for Swal­lows but had to with­draw dur­ing the course of the hear­ing be­cause I am part of PLS ex­ec­u­tive,” he said. As a re­sult that Play­ers Sta­tus Com­mit­tee was forced to push the mat­ter to Mon­day evening. Mean­while, the PSC cleared for­mer Tam­buti FC mid­fielder Xolani Mamba to Red Lions. He joins for­mer team­mate Bhekinkosi Mlotsa who was re­cently cleared to Mba­bane High­landers by the com­mit­tee.

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