Kaizer Chiefs coach Ted Dumitru made a statement supporting the use of TV refs for Castle Premiership games in order for discipline to be instilled amongst players.
The outspoken Dumitru had his say after Sibusiso Dlamini was elbowed by defender Liswa Nduti in a game against Manning Rangers and needed five stitches above his left eye because of the blow.
"These unsporting players need to be punished if they are cited. Normally players kick and spit at their opponents during the game and should be severely punished if caught," Dumitri told News24.com
"Our referees are blind and unskilled to handle these kinds of situations, and the television will come in handy. We need to get a system in place where we can clamp down on such incidents."
"Players' careers are in jeopardy as we speak. Sibusiso could have lost an eye and this can no longer be tolerated," Dumitru added.
"I want to challenge those in charge of our soccer to seriously consider bringing in this sort of system to aid our match officials."
Boebie Solomons, Santos coach, also feels strongly about the use of camera's being used to ref games as his team was ousted from the coke cup by Chiefs.
Arthur Zwane handled the ball on the goal line and Santos were denied a victory by the midfielder.
Despite Santos protests the ref waved play on and David Kannemeyer scored the winning goal in extra time.