Towards the end of the year 2021 kaizer Chiefs reported that they've been hit hard by the Covid-19 ob their staff including many players.
The team made it a point that they inform the Premier Soccer League management, unfortunately they didn't get any response.
The team failed to pitch for Saturday’s home game against Cape Town City, and also the Glamour Boys miss the clash with Golden Arrows in Durban. This simple mean that therw are two games which Kaizer Chiefs miss.
Since then the country and globe in large has been eager to know what will the Premier Soccer League do to Kaizer Chiefs as punishment since the other team who didn't pitch due to Covid-19 lost their points.
Since last year, there have been bad lock at the cases in premier soccer league and now the new development on the Kaizer Chiefs case is that it has been postponed once again.
Lets hope that tjis won't be dragged until the end of the league because it disturb and disrupt the league at its end.
PSL Prosecutor Zola Majavu has explained why the matter involving Kaizer Chiefs needed to be postponed until 25 February
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