SuperSport United coach Kaitano Tembo has joined the likes of Pitso Mosimane, Steve Komphela and Bennie McCarthy to call for improvement in terms of match officiating in the PSL.
This comes after United played to 2-2 draw against Black Leopards at the Lucas Moripe Stadium on Friday.
Unlike his counterparts, Tembo tried to be diplomatic with his response towards the referee's performance during their league match against Lidoda Duvha.
"It's not my business to talk about referees because it's not going to change anything. It's what we have. We have to deal with that even though it's frustrating," he said.
"But what can we do? That's what we have. We have to deal with that. I can't talk about referees. It's disappointing.
"Players are frustruated because you come in, you work hard then one moment, someone just decides [the outcome] of the game. But that's what we have, let's deal with it.
"That's why players end up taking things into their own hands because they are frustrated. We saw with [Mpho] Makola, [Gaston] Sirino. I don't want to talk about the referees to be honest."