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Controversial Ref At It Again 15/10/03
Referee Enoch Radebe has once again be critisised for his handling of a match - this time in the Coastal First Division game between FC Fortune and Maritzburg City, which ended goalless.

Radebe first drew attention to himself with some shocking decisions in the Coca Cola Cup match between Santos and Kaizer chiefs on October 4 when, amoung other bad calls, he neglected to award the home team a penalty when the Amakhosi's Arthur Zwane blatantly handled the ball on the line.

Chairman of the SAFA Referees Review Committee, Steve Goddard, told SASoccer365 that a decision has been reached on the referee's future, and that a statement will be released on Monday to the public.

Goddard refused to go into further detail, but did mention that one possible punishment would be to give the official a "rest".

Radebe has not been idle while awaiting the outcome of the hearing and has in fact still been plying his trade in the MTN first division, where he has not earnt himself any new friends by making some more controversial decisions.

FC Fortune boss Colin Gie certainly wasn't happy with Radebe's latest display after having a player sent off and a penalty claim turned down.

"We had Anele Ngonga mysteriously sent off after 15 minutes. We also had a penalty turned down by the referee," Gie told the Cape Argus.

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