Swallows coach Ian Gorowa, apparently incensed at referee Buyile Gqubule’s decision not to award what looked like a legitimate penalty, charged at Marques tugging on his jersey, supposedly questioning the ref decision.
James Chamanga was hacked down inside the box by Onismor Bhasera with Swallows already losing 3-1 towards the end of the match.
The Zimbabwean mentor went on to leave TV viewers in awe with his post match comments that “the referee did not give us that penalty because they want Chiefs to be in the top eight.”
Majavu said he was still awaiting the match commissioner’s report.
“The report was supposed to have been filed yesterday (Monday), I don’t know what’s causing the delay. Only when I lay my hands on it will I comment on it,” said Majavu.
If Gorowa is hauled before the DC, a tough decision could be expected given that he is not a first-time offender.
Early in the season, Gorowa and his Supersport United counterpart Gavin Hunt were hauled before the league DC following their exchange of blows after their Telkom Knockout clash.