Here is an in-depth guidelines of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) rules that Kaizer Chiefs broke and the punishment the club faces by failing to honour a DStv Premiership fixture.
The citizens confirmed that it had followed all the necessary matchday protocols as they honoured the fixture by arriving at the required 90-minutes before kickoff time.
The Glamour Boys though were a no-show with the stadium doors sensationally shut with the Cape Town club denied entry.
Kaizer Chiefs documented two statements in first requesting a postponement of their December fixture by the PSL.
While also categorically stating that it would be unable to host Saturday's fixture due to Covid-19 outbreak at the Kaizer Chiefs, leaving at least 31 staff members including football players and technical team testing positive.
Kaizer Chiefs announced on Friday that a minimum of 31 club personnel and staff had tested positive for Covid-19 that forced the closure of the training base in Naturena.
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