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Bad news are opening up for kaizer chiefs as it seems like their match might be forfeited. And that means that they will be losing 3 points not gaining even one. The covid-19 crises they had has broygh too much sorrow. Because it seems like this was not the only match they had to play.
What's more painful is that it might take much time than expected for the whole team to recover since more members were affected by the covid-19 virus. Also this could make the kaizer chiefs objectives of wining the tittle to not come true.
Amakhosi reported two explanations in first mentioning a delay of their December installations by the PSL. While likewise completely expressing that it would not be able to have Saturday's installation because of an influx of positive Covid-19 cases.
The club reported that at least 31 club faculty and staff had tried positive for Covid-19 that constrained the conclusion of its Naturena preparing base.
It had been recently affirmed that rivals Cape Town City are set to respect the apparatus as they have made a trip to Gauteng.
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It would now be able to be uncovered that the PSL match chief, match authorities and SuperSport group will all report at the FNB Stadium for Saturday's 18:00 start up.
The PSL has so far neglected to react openly to Chiefs' solicitation.
The Soweto monsters face the possibility of relinquishment with a 3-0 scoreline and losing three focuses which could demonstrate crucial in their title targets.
These are very bad news to the whole team because losing 3 points is too much. And what is heart breaking is that they didn't know that such will be happen. And also their request was not replied by the premier soccrr league officials. Hopefully there will be still more updates on what will happen next.
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