Comitis went further to say the decision to reschedule the two matches wasn’t taken in consultation with Cape Town City.
It didn’t end there, as Comitis even dared the league, asking if the PSL would charge him if City were to donate the three points to Chiefs.
“What happened to the PSL disciplinary committee? We allowed this thing to reach this point because we did not act and the prosecution did not act.”
“I am very disappointed for football because they came up with this decision in terms of administration laws and we call them football laws. What happened to the football laws that we all proscribe to?
“Why are we worried about the dispute resolution chambers when we can all bypass, jump the queue, and gun and get a decision made at an arbitration? We cannot have this.”
“It is the credibility of the league that is at stake. It is not about the three points. They can have the three points.
“I wonder if I can give them the three points, will they charge me? They can have them. It will make no difference to Kaizer Chiefs,” added Comitis.
In a statement released by the PSL, prosecutor Zola Majavu said Comitis confirmed that the comments attributed to him are true and accurate.
PSL SUMMONS CAPE TOWN CITY BOSS JOHN COMITIS
“The second confirmation is that Mr John Comitis will appear before the DC this coming Friday on the 29th of April to answer to charges of bringing the League into disrepute based on some media utterances attributable to him which which he subsequently confirmed as being true and accurate,” said Majavu.