Tafic defender Samuel Phiri has pleaded guilty to the charge of violent conduct during a league match last month.

The Zimbabwean lost his temper and slapped Township Rollers’ Edwin Moalosi for allegedly insulting his parents and called him a mokwerekwere, a derogatory word referring to a foreigner.

Phiri together with his coach Rapelang Tsatsilebe and two other Rollers players were immediately suspended.

According to KillerPass Botswana, a football website, the judgement will be announced tomorrow by the Botswana Premier League Disciplinary Committee.

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