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Good news for Kaizer Chiefs?

The PSL has fined Cape Town City owner John Comitis and asked him to apologize to Kaizer Chiefs for 'bringing the game into offensiveness.'

Comitis had been particularly vociferous about Cape Town City's lack of preparation for their match against Chiefs last month, but the game went on.

The problem stems from Chiefs pulling out of the originally scheduled home apparatus versus Cape Town City because to large Covid-19 infections. SAFA eventually gave the Glamor Boys their two make-up apparatuses against both City and Golden Arrows after considerable confusion. They would eventually lose both of those devices, but the damage had already been done to Comitis, since his threats to drag his squad out of the installation had failed.

On Thursday, Comitis appeared before the PSL Disciplinary Committee, where he was accused of bringing the organization into disrepute. These allegations follow his comments to the media following the outcome of the Chiefs and City case. The PSL investigator Zola Majavu has now confirmed that Comitis has confessed and has been severely penalized as a result.

"He (Comitis) is fined R80 000, which figure is heavenly suspended for a year on the condition that he isn't seen as at true fault for a similar infraction during the period of suspension," Majavu said, speaking through the PSL's media section.

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