Namibia Premier League team Cymot SKW will only know on Thursday the outcome of a hearing in which they are accused of using an unregistered player in two league matches at the start of the season.
According to Barry Rukoro, the chairman of the Disciplinary Committee (DC), his committee would submit their findings to SKW on Thursday following
Saturdayâ??s hearing at Soccer House. SKW were deducted six points for using striker Arende
Von Stryk in their opening matches of the season against Blue Waters and Eleven Arrows on November 13 and 14 last year.
â??The SKW representatives and members of the league attended the hearing to give their evidence. The DC will put together the findings and submit a written
leader to SKW on Thursday on the outcome of the case. SKW can appeal if they wish,â? said Rukoro.
Von Stryk attended trials with Scottish First Division club Dundee United after getting an international clearance from the Namibia Football Association (NFA) at the request of SKW.
But Von Stryk failed to make the grade at Dundee and returned to SKW before the start of the 2006/7 season.
Blue Waters lodge complaint
According to the NPL, SKW had to follow the same procedure by requesting an international clearance
certificate from the Scottish Football Association (SFA) for Von Stryk to play for SKW, but the club failed to do so.
Von Stryk featured in SKWâ??s matches against Blue Waters and Eleven Arrows, which they won 3-2 and 3-0 respectively. But Blue Waters lodged a complaint
arguing that Von Stryk was not registered with SKW. The loss of points saw SKW, the pacesetters in the league at the start of the season, sliding to the
bottom of the table with only two points from four matches.
SKW, have however, moved one place up the ladder, following their 1-0 victory against Friends on January 24.