At the end of just last week's DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United, Kaizer Chiefs admitted to using two players who were not eligible for the match.
Two players who have been in Amakhosi's Diski Challenge group this season, Aiden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala were named alternates to take part in the Glamor Boys' 2-0 win over Sekhukhune United.
PSL investigator Zola Majavu handed down cruel verdicts on Friday after concluding that the two players had not been as expected enlisted for the association crusade.
Amakhosi received a fine of R200 000, a large portion of which was suspended for a long period of time, while the two players were also fined.
As a result of a widespread Covid-19 outbreak at the club's headquarters in Naturena, Chiefs were unable to play two association matches against Golden Arrows and Cape Town City in December. After a crucial intervention decision, those games were eventually replayed.
Chiefs were fined R100k by Majavu for the second time, and must pay legal expenses relating to the Covid saga from the previous year, according to driving football author Masola Molefe.
Furthermore, the total amount announced was actually R200,000, with half of that amount suspended following one more blameworthy request from Chiefs for failing to meet the December installations' requirements.
According to Zola Majavu, @KaizerChiefs were fined R100,000 and ordered to reimburse the club's legitimate expenses incurred in the Covid adventure last year.
Football, at long last, deserves our full attention. It is possible that Majavu will soon be occupied by additional cases. #SABCSport411
In light of Kaizer Chiefs' admission that they did not respect their two December fixtures, the PSL Prosecutor Zola Majavu has confirmed that they were fined R200 000, half of which is suspended.
As of May 17, 2022, there will be no more iDiski Times.
The following claim had already been made in relation to this subject:
According to Majavu, "Kaizer Chiefs will show up before the PSL DC on May 17th, 2022, at 16:00," As noted by Advocate Nazir Cassiem, SC, a judge's honor under the hand of Advocate Nazir Cassiem SC had observed that Chiefs were legitimized in not fulfilling those installations because of a demonstration of God, with explicit reference to Covid's situation."
It was decided by the PSL's top leadership council that this result would be challenged and put to a survey. In the end, I decided not to pursue that case any further, but rather to wait for the results of the High Court's survey.
"I can now confirm that the High Court audit was completed on May 10th, 2022. Advocacy Cassim SC has had his reputation defended by an independent audit. The reference to discretion was also preserved in the final outcome. In the end, I decided to continue with the investigation. In any event, Kaizer Chiefs should be ahead of the DC and record for their failure to fulfill those apparatuses."
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