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PSL chairman DR Irvin Khoza and exco meeting to decide what’s ’best for the clubs’

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) chairman Irvin Khoza has confirmed that the executive committee will reconvene on Tuesday morning to discuss the way further after Kaizer Chiefs’ decision to forfeit two games due to the outbreak of Covid-19 at the club.

“I think it’s important to say that it’s not an easy matter. It’s a matter that was dealt with by the football department. And it was then escalated to the exco. It requires a lot of attention to detail to make sure the adjudication is given a thorough process and evaluation,” he said.

The movement on the pitch was good good lineup good substitute i have nothing to say to you mr Zwane and Sheppard today you've put a smile on us Chiefs supporters well done to the rest of the team.

Ovayo Ovester Viccor KoginaOvayo Ovester Viccor Kogina don't be proud for that line up. They was found a victory bcs of the Sikhukhune. They played but not really enough for other premier league team.

Amazulu or Royal AM also Stellembosh you will never survive in that line up. I think golden arrows you can defeat it for All DSTV premiership team. don't play with a fire sundown collected a point's every game.

Azwinndini Mastermind Sikhukune was not on position 2 by mistake so if you think Chiefs win by luck against them think again,wat makes me proud was the way they kept the ball.

they didn't lose it cheaply like before, dominated the game than before ,they didn't invite their opponents like in previous games they defended as team attack at the same time as a team.

a little mistakes than previous games,so that lineup are the players who perform slowly and defensively under Baxter but on that.

Skhukune game they play Chiefs kind of play so that relationship on that game gives us Chiefs something at the end so i should be proud brother


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