Trevor Philips, the CEO of the Premier Soccer League (PSL), says that he is surprised by Ajax Cape Town CEO John Comitis' accusations of the league's underhand tactics involving the venue change with the Black Leopards and Kaizer Chiefs match.
Philips defended the decision his organisation took to move the game from Thohoyandou Stadium to the FNB Stadium.
"The PSL run football according to the rules that the league has set and in the rule book there is nothing that to say that teams cannot change venues."
The 'British Bull Dog' expressed his disappointment at the manner in which Comitis voiced his complaints.
"What really disturbs me is that Comitis is a member of the executive committee and he should know the correct procedures to follow when he has an issue to raise.
"Comitis knows the right channels to follow whenever he is has a grievance, but instead he decided to follow his own channels, which is not expected of someone who knows the PSL regulations."
Philips went on to say that he has never run the league outside of it's rules and invited anyone who has any queries to view the rules and laws that govern football in this country.