It is reported that another DStv premiership club has been banned by FIFA from registering the new players.Last week FIFA issued the statement that Marumo Gallants who were banned their ban was lifted ,sadly Chippa United has now followed Kaizer Chiefs , Bloemfontein Celtic who also tasted this medicine before.
Chippa United lead by impatient Chippa Mpengesi has failed to comply to its financial obligations to pay the Nigerian born striker Augustine Kwem who joined the Chilli Boys in 2019.Kwem scored 8 goals for Chippa United before moving out to Ts Galaxy FC under Tim Sukazi.The 24 years old who is now settling under the coach Sead Ramovic ,he lodged the complaint to FIFA regarding his outstanding payments with Chippa United.
Previously we saw Bloemfontein Celtic facing the similar situation when they failed to pay the Cameroonian born goalkeeper.As for Kaizer Chiefs was a different situations compared to these other PSL clubs.
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