Big problems for Gaston Sirino after MTN8 semifinal – What happened?

MTN8 semifinal Gaston Sirino

The MTN8 semifinal are behind us, but not for Sundowns star Gaston Sirino. What happened? Mamelodi Sundowns have been having a lot of problems lately. It’s not enough that they lost to the Kaizer Chiefs. One of their best players has big problems. Sirino is most likely facing a PSL charge.

After the MTN8 semifinal midfielder player, Gaston Sirino was charged with assault. What happened on the 18th of September semifinals? A clash between Clayton Daniels and Gaston Sirino occurred during the Sundowns – United match. The aforementioned altercation resulted in a charge of interfering with the match by Gaston Sirino.

Gaston Sirino was arguing with two players from United, Dean Furman as well as Daniels. There was a clash between three players at Lucas Moripe Stadium. On charges of allegedly initiating the entire conflict, the Uruguay player will appear before the Disciplinary Board on the 11th of November.

What will be the penalty for Gaston Sirino?


If the case PSL put a charge, Gaston may get suspension for not playing in two games. The decision will be made by NSL regulations. The indictment alleges Sundowns have been charged with interfering with the game. The game ended with a 2-0 win with SuperSport United winning. They defeated Highlands Park in the finals.

MTN8 Semifinal: Mamelodi Sundowns – SuperSport United

In the Sundowns – United match Sirino was seen defending his elbow from player Clayton Daniels after being struck by midfielder Furman. These charges will have to face the commission at 6 pm. The match was full of interesting twists and who would say that at Soccer 10 these days we will find out that the details of that match are still being resolved. Although SuperSport United had better psl results after that game, nothing is over yet. The Sundowns team is still battling for important points in the next games.

Mamelodi Sundowns – SuperSport United

The Sundowns team, meanwhile, is awaiting another charge. More likely because of god’s recent comments from coach Pitso Mosimana on the referees in a match against the Kaizer Chiefs. Mosimane must explain his statements to the judges by Friday. The Mamelodi team has to tackle several different fields this time. In addition to figuring out how to win the next games, they need to resolve all the charges.