psl preview 23.07.10.jpgCentral Region side, Triple B has lodged an appeal with the Zimbabwe Football Association following a recent judgement which reversed a decision to dock Hardbody of 42 points, over the purported illegal use of Tatenda Chingarah.

Despite Hardbody’s successful appeal against a judgement that had seen them docked of 42 points, Triple B has added yet another twist to the Central Region saga after lodging an appeal with ZIFA.

Hard done by a decision to reverse an initial judgement which had granted them Premiership status, Triple B are disgruntled with ZIFA’s appeal’s committee decision to make a u-turn on their initial decision.

The Central Region saga began after Triple B lodged a complaint over the alleged improper registration of Tatenda Chingarah.

Triple B argue Chingarah, who was granted an international transfer certificate to play for Sport Club Windhoek by ZIFA, was last season ineligible to play for Hardbody, given that he was not in possession of a reverse international transfer certificate from the Namibian F.A.

After lodging the complaint Triple B won the case and Hardbody were docked 42 points as Triple B was handed premiership status.

Hardbody, however, lodged a successful appeal of their own, producing evidence of having been given a clearance from a local club, Big Valley Masters.

Despite the latest judgement which will see Hardbody set to play top-flight football, Triple B continues to argue Chingarah should have not been registered locally without being granted a reverse international transfer certificate.