THE Premier Soccer League has nullified Dynamos’ 4-2 win over Hwange and ordered a replay after the visitors’ coaches were assaulted prior to kick-off of their May 6 clash at Rufaro.
Hwange coach Nation Dube and his assistant Mebelo Njekwa were rushed to hospital after being assaulted by Dynamos marshals minutes before kick-off.
The PSL was criticised for allowing the match to go ahead and Dynamos went on to win 4-2.
But the PSL disciplinary committee’s three-man panel of Don Moyo, Brighton Mudzamiri and Vumi Ndaba has now decided Dynamos gained an unfair advantage.
PSL secretary general Kennedy Ndebele said on Wednesday night: “The match will be replayed at a neutral venue on a date yet to be announced.
“The individuals involved in assaulting the Hwange coaching staff, who have been identified as Dynamos marshals, have been banned from football.”
The PSL's disciplinary committee has been criticised for moving slowly on decisions.
Last week, the committee awarded Chicken Inn their abandoned match with CAPS United on a 3-0 score.
Motor Action have also been pressing the league to deliver judgment in their dispute with United.
The Mighty Bulls were ordered by the PSL to play their home fixture against their Harare neighbours at Gwanzura for safety reasons. Motor Action refused to go to the stadium and instead turned up at their Callies Sports Club, while United pitched up across town.