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Chiefs found guilty of fielding ineligible players

Kaizer Chiefs have been viewed as guilty of handling ineligible players in their DStv Prevalence match against Sekhukhune United by the Head Soccer League (PSL). Chiefs named their DStv Diski Challenge players Aden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala in their group sheet for the Prevalence conflict that they won 2-0 at FNB Arena on December 12. McCarthy and Shabalala were unused substitutes in the conflict, but naming a player who isn't enrolled for the league in your crew is contrary to the principles.

Chiefs have been fined R200,000, of which half is suspended for a very long time on condition they are not seen as guilty of the very offense in that period. The match was played around the very time that Amakhosi had a Coronavirus flare-up at Naturena and when they applied for matches to be deferred, their solicitation was dismissed by the PSL. The league investigator Zola Majavu affirmed the result of the disciplinary board of trustees on Friday.

"Kaizer Chiefs confessed, and they were in this manner indicted accordingly," Majavu said. The investigator uncovered Amakhosi's approval which is a financial fine and the club will likewise pay for the expenses of the two sessions. "Having paid attention to the accommodation made by the examiner for the league as well as the legitimate delegates in the interest of Chiefs and the two respondents, the PSL DC decided that Chiefs will be fined a money related measure of R200,000, half percent of which is suspended for a very long time on condition that they are not viewed as guilty of the very offense in that period," Majavu said.

"They need to pay R100,000. Concerning the second and third respondents, the players were both fined a financial measure of R10,000 which was completely suspended for a time of a year on condition that they are not viewed as guilty of a similar offense."

Source: Chiefs found guilty of fielding ineligible players (sowetanlive.co.za)

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