Zuma was prohibited from all football exercises by Chiefs recently subsequent to 'disregarding' the club rules.
It was the second time that the 26-year-old winger was suspended by the club. He was prohibited by Chiefs after he was purportedly gotten by the police while driving affected by liquor.
The proposals from the Chiefs Disciplinary Committee at the time was that he go to restoration, which he did and returned and, surprisingly, scored against Golden Arrows in his last appearance for Amakhosi.
Following his subsequent suspension, the SABC Sport presently reports the player has mentioned a leeway.
Zuma's representative, Basia Michaels, couldn't affirm nor deny assuming that they had mentioned a leeway from Chiefs.
"This is a troublesome inquiry to address since you know how Chiefs are about the media emerging with their camp news before they do. We are as yet going through the disciplinary interaction and I ask that you give us an opportunity to ventilate it, from my own experience the result won't be positive yet more bizarre things have occurred in football," said Michaels.
"When there is a result you realize Chiefs will tell general society, now and again even before we know… as individuals included. We have been standing by significantly longer than regular with regards to these sorts of happenings frankly," added Michaels.
Zuma's ongoing arrangement with Chiefs is set to lapse in June 2023.
Source link: https://www.citizen.co.za/sport/soccer/local-soccer/3100450/suspended-chiefs-winger-zuma-requests-clearance-report/
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