Simba star Bernard Morrison just can’t seem to stay out of trouble.
#FARPost sources in Tanzania, where he plays for arguably the East African country’s most popular side, have confirmed that the Ghanaian has been summoned again by Tanzania’s Football Federation (TFF) after failing to attend a disciplinary hearing over alleged misconduct.
Early in August, Morrison was supposed to appear before the committee. He was charged for disrespecting the committee after he introduced himself as a Simba SC player while the committee had yet to decide his transfer status.
He was subsequently cleared to move to Simba.
The former Orlando Pirates player had caused a stir by jumping ship from Simba rivals Yanga, but before the ink could get dry on the Simba deal, Yanga threw a spanner in the works when they insisted he was still contacted to them.
To make matters worse, he was detained by police late July for allegedly dealing in illegal narcotics.
However, other reports suggested that he was arrested for impending police from doing their work as they tried to search his vehicle.
In August, Yanga raised eyebrows by listing Morrison as one of their players ahead of the new season and vowed to take the matter to the Court of Arbitration of Sports (CAS) in Zurich to protest the decision by the TFF.
By Tiyani wa ka Mabasa