Langerman saga: Celtic lose case but Sundowns are not out of the coals yet

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Tebogo Langerman collects the Nedbank Cup winner’s medal alongside team-mate Motjeka Madisha after winning the league.  Picture: Samuel Shivambu / BackpagePix
Tebogo Langerman collects the Nedbank Cup winner’s medal alongside team-mate Motjeka Madisha after winning the league. Picture: Samuel Shivambu / BackpagePix

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Despite their small victory in the arbitration case, Mamelodi Sundowns are not yet off the hook.

Sundowns were charged with “fielding” an ineligible player, defender Tebogo Langerman, in the Nedbank Cup final against Bloemfontein Celtic a fortnight ago.

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