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Kaizer Chiefs game against Cape Town City suspended over Covid-19 scare

Taking in consideration the latest breakout of Covid-19 contamination that has hit the Club, Kaizer Chiefs have put forward two letters to the Premier Soccer League asked for their remaining fixtures to be postponed after the outbreak of Covid-19 contamination that has striken the club.

Kaizer Chiefs football club has then submitted two letters to the league asking the league to look into their matter and to postpone their upcoming games which they were set to play this month of December.

In the meantime, the current situation does not allow Kaizer Chiefs to host this weekend's match against Cape Town City, which was set to kickoff on Saturday, 4 December at 18:00.

According to the information given to the media around 31 employees of the club have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus and have since the club given instructions to all players, all members of the technical team and staff to all go to quarantine.

Kaizer Chiefs football club believes this is the only option that is currently available, theh say as a responsible corporate citizen, the Club upholds its duty to protect the lives of those around them – including others – and do their best to avoid an outbreak that might potentially affect the league and the country.



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