Kaizer Chiefs have had some victory, even if it is in the boardroom. While the season is ending this weekend, Chiefs have failed to galvanize in the discipline of play and they have let go of but every other season barring silverware. Cape Town City FC proprietor John Comitis has been ordered to express regret to Amakhosi for the utterances he made in opposition to Chiefs when they failed to honor their league suit in opposition to City FC remaining December due to a coronavirus outbreak inside the club.
PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu reported on a case involving Cape Town Stars, which found four players and technical staff guilty of an error. The club and five All Stars members appeared before DC on Wednesday, and although DC did not plead guilty, they returned the guilt verdict.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has announced a new twist in Kaizer Chiefs case. Amakhosi were charged by the league a week ago after the club failed to honour two games in December against Cape Town City and Golden Arrows. Chiefs insisted that the club could not play the games due to Covid-19 cases at the club's village.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) prosecutor Zola Majavu has given update on the DC matter that involves Kaizer Chiefs. After the arbitration ruled in favour of Chiefs two weeks ago to have the club's two games against Cape Town City and Golden Arrows replayed, the league stated they will appeal the arbitration decision.
The league has filed a charge against Amakhosi after the club fielded ineligible players in one of their games last December. The club's disciplinary hearing with the league has been rescheduled for Monday, and the league has provided updates on the case since then. The league has also charged the Chiefs with failing to honor two league games against Cape Town City and Golden Arrows in December of last year, but the case is still pending.
Kaizer Chiefs have been viewed as guilty of handling ineligible players in their DStv Prevalence match against Sekhukhune United by the Head Soccer League (PSL). Chiefs named their DStv Diski Challenge players Aden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala in their group sheet for the Prevalence conflict that they won 2-0 at FNB Arena on December 12.
Premier Soccer League Advocate Zola Majavu has given the update on the matter regarding Kaizer Chiefs and Premier Soccer League. Majavu states that the matter was meant to be resolved before the league disciplinary hearings on the 28th to the 30th of March 2022. Since the DStv premiership club Kaizer Chiefs decided to take the matter into the SAFA arbitration ,the matter was resolved on the 18th of March 2022 by SAFA arbitrator Nassir Cassim.The decision taken was in favour of Kaizer Chiefs ,with that reason the league disciplinary committee left with no option but to adjourned the meeting.
Update from the PSL Prosecutor's Office. According to PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu, an update on the PSL DC case involving Kaizer Chiefs has been released. However, the SAFA Arbitration Court ruled in Kaizer Chiefs' favor two weeks ago, delaying the resolution of the case until now.
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has added another twist to Kaizer Chiefs' story. The affiliation had penalized Amakhosi seven days prior after the team failed to respect two games in December against Cape Town City and Golden Arrows. Due of Covid-19 cases in the club's town, supervisors urged that the club not play the games.
It seems as if the Kaizer Chiefs vs Premier Soccer League saga is going to be a long one sine Amakhosi are not prepared to make it easy for the PSL's Desciplinery Committee, they ae not going to let this thing go without pulling a serious fight, it seems they are prepared tk go as far as they possibly can to make sure that they win the case.
May is shaping up to be a pivotal month for Kaizer Chiefs' season, as they face the distinct possibility of missing out on upwards to nine DStv Premiership log focuses. According to The South African site, PSL examiner Zola Majavu has confirmed that the association's appeal against SAFA mediator Nazeer Cassim SC's decision to order that the two matches Amakhosi missed last December against Golden Arrows and Cape Town City FC be played, will be heard in the South Gauteng High Court on Tuesday, May 10th.
The league issued a charge against Amakhosi a week ago after the team failed to show up for two games in December against Cape Town City and Golden Arrows, respectively. Due to Covid-19 cases found in the club's hamlet, chiefs urged that the club would not be able to participate in the games.
Orlando Pirates have accepted their discipline from the Premier Soccer League disciplinary advisory group in the wake of being tracked down liable last month. The Buccaneers were viewed as blameworthy for 'absurdly' denying TS Galaxy director Tim Sukazi admittance to the Orlando Stadium in front of DStv Premiership conflict in December.
Majavu In Action: Pirates Charged For The TS Galaxy Boss Manhandling As Chiefs Appears Before The DC
The Premier Soccer League has been having a huge back log when it comes to their cases, they also had to deal with the resignation of their prosecutor who had to be replaced by the returning Zola Majavu and Majavu had to make sure that he deals with all the cases that have not been attended to, one of which is the much spoke about case of Kaizer Chiefs who did not honour two of the DStv Premiership games after they had an outbreak of the Coronvirus in their camp in December.
The PSL prosecutor in charge of the Chiefs' case has been replaced, and the new one is providing updates from the roll" till the case is reviewed. The Prosecutor of the PSL provides an update on the Chiefs case. Over a week after it was announced that arbitrator Nazeer Cassim decided in favor of Kaizer Chiefs in the matches they were unable to honor, PSL Prosecutor Zola Majavu confirmed that the subject has been "taken from the roll" until the leadership's review is completed.
Johannesburg - The case including Kaizer Chiefs' inability to respect a portion of their matches in December due to a Coronavirus flare-up at the club could be taken care of sooner than anticipated as the club and the association need to settle on a mediator by Monday. From the get-go in December, Chiefs kept in touch with the Premier Soccer League, arguing for five matches to be deferred after not less than 50 faculty tried positive for Covid-19 at their base - where they had to shut down all activities.
A new perspective on the Chiefs' case is provided by the PSL Prosecutor. Kaizer Chiefs Disciplinary Committee case has gained additional insight thanks to the intervention of Premier Soccer League prosecutor attorney Zola Majavu, who has provided an update on the situation. PSL and Chiefs have been entangled in a legal battle over the Covid-19 saga, which saw the latter refuse to play two matches in December as a result of an epidemic that spread across Naturena Village.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) examiner Zola Majavu says the case brought to its Disciplinary Committee by TS Galaxy against Orlando Pirates will be concluded before the finish of March. The case came after a disturbance that occurred at Orlando Stadium in December where it seemed Pirates security staff were declining Galaxy executive Tim Sukazi passage into the change rooms.
Kaizer Chiefs’ disciplinary committee (DC) depend over suits they failed to honour in advance this season has been postponed all over again. League prosecutor Zola Majavu stated that the postponement became to permit for the arbitration method to be completed. The PSL has a long records of delaying essential decisions, along with with the Sundowns-Arendse affair and the Royal AM promoting saga.
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