According to Federation Internationale de Football Association rules, a player is not allowed to feature for three clubs in one season.
The Tendai Ndoro saga is certainly far from over after Federation Internationale de Football Association referred the matter involving his eligibility to play for Ajax Cape Town back to the competent authorities in South Africa, the Mother City-based club said on Friday.
The PSL appealed the DRC's decision and took the matter to arbitration, and the arbitrator Cassim referred the case to Federation Internationale de Football Association, declaring the DRC had no jurisdiction over the case.
That committee has referred the matter back to Safa to be dealt with internally in South Africa.
According to the Urban Warriors, Fifa Players' Status Committee agreed that it doesn't have the jurisdiction to rule on the matter.
Prior to their Absa Premiership encounter against AmaZulu on 3 April 2018, Ajax brought an urgent application in the High Court for an interdict against Ndoro's "ineligibility to play".
"But now that Federation Internationale de Football Association say SAFA should deal with it then an arbitrator who can deal with the merit must be appointed, so they can conclude the case. Ajax could get into more trouble because Federation Internationale de Football Association does not allow the recourse to ordinary court".