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Kaizer Chiefs Sins has been paid

According to unconfirmed sources, the match officials engaged in the controversial penalty judgment in the match between AmaZulu and the Kaizer Chiefs were fined when a review committee met last week.

Jelly Chavani is thought to have been suspended by the SAFA Referees Review Committee for tampering with the outcome of the match, with Usuthu clearly in command of all three points in their DStv Premiership encounter against Amakhosi on Saturday.

With coach Benni McCarthy's team leading 1-0 in extra time, Chavani, who had been in charge of the match, signaled for a penalty kick when the ball appeared to have struck defender Tapelo Xoki's chest rather than his arm.

Chavani did not make his decision straight immediately; it was only after checking with the match official, Moeketsi Molelekoa, that he called a halt to the game and granted the glamour boys a penalty kick, which Keagan Dolly converted to give them a share of the points. fbclid=IwAR12jb7q3DkydakH2bshFyZ9S0AgTiAX7krTXRFQ

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Chavani Kaizer Chiefs Keagan Dolly Moeketsi Molelekoa SAFA


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