As it was expected that Kaizer Chiefs would be not taking bad conduct from their players, this after they delivered an assertion to affirm that they would be making a move on one of their players who was in the papers for some unacceptable reasons.
Harmed midfielder Dumisani Zuma was in the papers last week for purportedly being captured for driving affected by liquor, proceeding to be subsequently delivered on R1000 bail.
The club explanation peruses:
Kaizer Chiefs has noted with concern the reports about its assaulting midfielder Dumisani Zuma in the media. The club is at present leading examinations of the announced occurrence.
We view the matter in an intense light and the player will be exposed to a disciplinary hearing before long.
This will unquestionably not be useful for the player who is out harmed and still has a mountain to move of going after a spot in Stuart Baxter's group, that being the point at which he returns.
https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-bosses guarantee disciplinary-hearing-after-dumisani-zuma-capture/
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