‘Dazza’ case de­ferred

Sunday Observer - - SPORT - BY SIBU­SISO MASILELA OCCER –

League side Ar­se­nal goal­keeper Petr Cech who was also in­volved in a head on col­li­sion with Read­ing’s at­tack­ing mid­fielder Stephen Hunt in 2006. Cech frac­tured his skull from the in­jury and re­quired emer­gency surgery and from that mo­ment has worn a pro­tec­tive head­guard on the pitch that has be­come his trade­mark.

SEs­tranged Mba­bane Swal­lows star Darren ‘Dazza’ Christie will have to wait a bit longer for the out­come of his matter against the Play­ers Sta­tus Com­mit­tee foll ow­ing t he post - pone­ment of the case to Oc­to­ber 17. The mat- ter was heard bef or e J udge

Nko s ina th i Maseko fol­low­ing the ab­sence of Judge Ti­tus Mlan­geni who had ini­tially heard the case last Fri­day.

The winger filed an ur­gent ap­pli­ca­tion be­fore Judge Ti­tus Mlan­geni yes­ter­day pray­ing that the rul­ing by the com­mit­tee be de­clared null and void.

Mba­bane Swal­lows and Sih­langu striker Sa­belo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzin­isa

Darren ‘Dazza’ Christie.

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