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Good news for two Kaizer Chiefs players

Chiefs have been tossed into confusion after somewhere around 31 individuals at the club's base in Naturena tried positive for Coronavirus last week leaving them unfit to satisfy their apparatus against Cape Town City.

Bosses have since requested the PSL to delay the rest from their apparatuses against Golden Arrows, Sekhukhune United, Royal AM and Maritzburg United.

The episode has left a portion of the Chiefs players and specialized group in isolation according to the authority convention.

The PSL is presently due to settle on the matter which has left the association in constant disagreement in the wake of rebuffing Cape Umoya recently for neglecting to respect an association apparatus in comparable Coronavirus related conditions.

That is the reason SAFA lost a case, who will take them genuine assuming they can't manage minor issues, for example, of Kaiser Chiefs?

No other football body will take them genuine, PSL n SAFA are futile bodies n need to transform them direly. It resembles they don't approach Covid cases in a serious way.

Hlogi Letswalo they say in the event that you were in close contact with individuals who tried positive on Coronavirus you should be in separation for 10days....which I think the 13 players went on detachment and quarantine.

Doktha T Mendu yet Kaizer Motaung as a PSL board of trustees part was and bundle of emplimenting the standard that Coronavirus shouldn't be a reason for not satisfying matches.He ought to have known better.

Modiri Modric Serati quit misdirecting individuals with point of reference set, the benefits are distinctive nd won't ever go back.

two individuals can perpetrate a similar wrongdoing however will get various results because of the benefits of each case so pls unwind with yr point of reference.

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