Another top football player has been sidelined because of drug usage following the banning of Kaizer Chiefs striker, Arthur Zwane, by the South African Football Association (Safa).
Now Dynamos vice captain Josam Ndou has been suspended for nine months by the Safa's disciplinary committee for using a banned substance.
But Dynamos CEO Mxolisi Zwane has vowed to fight the mother body because of what he has labelled double standards.
The Dynamos boss admitted that Ndou tested positive for sulbutamol when his team lost 1-0 to Kaizer Chiefs on the 29th of November last year and the disciplinary committee found him guilty on the 5th of December.
For the doping, the Dynamos player was fined R15 000 and a suspended nine month ban.
However, the club has appealed the sentence because Ndou suffers from asthma and the spray medication that he uses contains the chemical that Safa have punished him for.
"For Safa's information sulbutamol is not a banned substance and it will never be," said club advocate Mxolisi Zwane.
Zwane also said that Ndou is not the only player who suffers from asthma, he said that Bafana Bafana striker Shaun Bartlett is also asthmatic and he uses that same medication as Ndou.
Josam Ndou has not played for his team since 29 November and they have been struggling without the powerful midfielder.