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Maritzburg & Chiefs Makes PSL Sad For The 1st Time Ever, After Both Teams Forfeit 2nd Games

Cape Town — The Premier Soccer League was overwhelmed in additional tumult on Wednesday evening with the match between Cape Town City and Maritzburg United damaged by show preceding the opening shot.

Cape Town City couldn't give their player enrollment cards because of their director Moenier Davids' vehicle being supposedly broken into.

As indicated by the PSL guidelines Rule 4.10 "without even a trace of unique cards, the rule of 'no card, no play' will apply. A player who takes the field not having given a unique enrollment card at the pre-match review will be ineligible. The approval set out in this statement will be applied to the Player and Member Club along with some other assent considered fitting by the Disciplinary Committee."

The coordinate at Cape Town Stadium however proceeded with City media contact Julian Bailey affirming Maritzburg United are playing under fight.

This is the second continuous match City have been entangled in off-field dramatization after their last match against Kaizer Chiefs didn't occur because of Chiefs neglecting to respect the installation at the FNB Stadium because of 31 positive Covid-19 cases at the club.

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City headed out right to FNB Stadium and even had their player enrollment cards minded the transport after the arena was locked upon their appearance last Saturday evening.

Cape Town City held a 1-0 lead over The Team of Choice at half-time.

Maritzburg & Chiefs Makes PSL Sad For The 1st Time Ever, After Both Teams Forfeit 2nd Games.


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