Kazier Chiefs were recently victims of being banned by FIFA & the PSL disciplinary committee.
Their ban was not to sign any new player for at least two years but that was recently lifted and the glamour boys enjoyed these transfer markets and did bring in new talent to Naturena.
With recent developments another team also suffers a two year ban but just in a different way compared to Amakhosi.
Richards bay have been banned to play on their home ground for two years, due to poor maintence and bad infrastructure.
However, the PSL is willing to relook the ban provided that the stadium is upgraded maintained to be on the standard the governing body demands from clubs.
Do you think it was a wise decision by the PSL to ban Richards Bay home ground forcing them to upgrade facilities? please share your take on the matter on the comment section down below.
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