Comitis has made his stem dik during the coronavirus pandemic, highlighting the financial struggles of clubs with the football industry on lockdown for the past two months.
And he is paaping about selling off his best players to make ends meet.
For most of that break, SA’s football authorities were at war though, with the South African Football Association (Safa) and the Premier Soccer League (PSL) sitting vas about when football would restart.
It left clubs in the dark, with the question of the PSL’s monthly R2m grant remaining a big one for small clubs like City, who are skarrelling to avoid relegation.
But last week, they finally came together to get on the same page and will give a joint proposal to government about completing the season behind closed doors before making the likes of Comitis and company wys at a meeting next Thursday.
And Comitis tells SowetanLIVE: “At this stage, what we are trying to do is to keep all our best players, I think everyone is trying to do that.
“The sooner we go back, the less damage will be done. It’s fine to sell your players, but you have to remain competitive.
“Every club will look at how to keep their best 16 players and look after them. We won’t be able to have a luxury of having 23 players with experience. Adjustments need to be done.”