Amakhosi neglected to respect their installation against Cape Town City on Saturday after the club announced Covid-19 cases preceding the game.
The club demanded that they couldn't respect their apparatus because of Covid-19 episode that saw 31 workers testing positive to the infection.
As an outcomes the club needed more players accessible for the game.
There was a great deal of discussion encompassing the Amakhosi matter for certain individuals accepting that the club didn't keep the NSL guidelines and should be docked focuses, certain individuals accept that the game should be reschedule to another date.
The administrator of the League has given his opinion on the matter.
Addressing the media Khoza demanded that he should be reasonable for every one of the 32 groups in the League, remembering those play for the Gladafrica Championship.
Khoza likewise affirmed that every one of the games are proceeding.
"We're managing a cycle on this, not the sensations. We need to give this matter the consideration it merits," said the director.
He added that the Kaizer Chiefs matter has been raised to the association and he can't discuss the subtleties now.
Khoza additionally affirmed that the association got the letter of Chiefs requesting delay of their games yet has demanded that he can't give benefits of the matter.
He said as a PSL executive he should be reasonable for every one of the groups in question and take a decent choice and not to take a choice since he needs to be preferred by specific individuals.
Khoza affirmed that as the association's leader they are managing the Chiefs matter and toward the beginning of the period they concurred that the Covid-19 would not be a reason to delay games.
Source: iDiski Times
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