SuperSport United coach Pitso Mosimane has lashed out at Black Leopards for not allowing his team to warm-up prior to their Castle Premiership game on Saturday.
This after the gate keepers at Thohoyandou Stadium were not available to open the gates when Mosimanes players wanted to enter the ground for their match against Lidoda Duvha.
"I don't know why a Premier Soccer League club employs these Mickey Mouse tactics, and it's not the first time," a disgruntled Mosimane told SASOccer365.com.
"It's not the first time Leopards have done this and it's not a professional attitude to have in modern football.
"The media personnel were going in but as soon as we tried to the gate keepers were just not there, he added.
"You won't find Chiefs, Pirates, Sundowns or any of the so-called big clubs doing this, but then again Silver Stars, a rookie team, did not hassle us like this, they allowed us to warm-up on the pitch as we should."
Mosimane said it was all a ploy to get under the skin of the opposition.
"If a team is prepared physically and mentally then why resort to these desperate measures, he said. It does not give a good account of the so-called smaller teams of the league.
"I hope the PSL investigate this matter as it upsets me as a coach and it affects my players, not in the way that they can't perform, but because they are used to getting better treatment from our competitors.
Matsatsantsa lost 2-1 to Leopards who remained in seventh place on the Castle Premiership log one position above Supersport.