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Kaizer Chiefs fined R200 000 by PSL for this reason

Could the saga between the Premier Soccer League (PSL) and Kaizer Chiefs be finally over? That is something that will be determined as months go by, as far as things are concerned right now Kaizer Chiefs has been fined heavily by the league board to an amount of R200 000, but what could this amount be for as most of us understood that Amakhosi had initially win their case against the PSL, when Arbitrator Nazeer Cassim ruled in favour of Amakhosi for the reasons for them not to honour two of their December 2021 fixtures, which was as a result COVID outbreak in Naturena.

There's latest developments which has been confirmed by the PSL's Prosecutor Zola Majavu concerning the Kaizer Chiefs and the PSL saga, as it has now come to light that Amakhosi decided to plead guilty on the charges that were bought to them, and after that outcome the league decided to fine them an amount of R200 000, out of this amount R100 000 has been suspended for a period of 12 months on condition that they would not be found guilty of the same offence again.

On the same case Amakhosi were also ordered to pay the total costs of the administrative legal sittings which will be regulated by the league, and as soon as the outcome of that amount has been finalised Kaizer Chiefs will know how much of the legal costs they ought to pay. The case that has affected Kaizer Chiefs should be a wake up call to the League that whenever an urgent appeal has been night to their attention they will have to respond with sooner, instead of waiting for long processes to go on.

Source: Soccer Laduma

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