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Bad News For Kaizer Chiefs And Supporters?

The Chiefs were fined an extra R100,000 following their appearance before the PSL disciplinary panel on Tuesday.

Kaizer Chiefs admitted to deploying two ineligible players last week in their DStv Premiership match against Sekhukhune United in December 2018.

Aiden McCarthy and Mduduzi Shabalala, both members of Amakhosi's Diski Challenge group this season, were named as substitutes for the 2-0 victory over Sekhukhune United.

PSL investigator Zola Majavu decided on Friday that the two players had not been enlisted for the crusade as promised. He then handed down stern judgments.

Amakhosi was fined R200,000, with a large amount of the payment suspended for an extended period of time, and two players were also penalized.

Since the previous year's end The two league matches that Chiefs missed in December against Golden Arrows and Cape Town City owing to a widespread Covid-19 outbreak at their central command in Naturena have been the subject of a long-running dispute.Those games were eventually redone after a critical intervention decision. Majavu has verified that Chiefs have been penalised R100,000 for the second time and must pay legal fees relating to the Covid incident from the previous season, according to driving football journalist Masola Molefe.

The entire cost was R200,000, as previously stated, with R100,000 suspended in response to a further censure from CHiefs for failing to complete the December installations.

The @KaizerChiefs were fined R100,000 and ordered to pay legal fees, according to Zola Majavu.

for their involvement in the previous year's Covid incident

Finally, we should concentrate on football. However, there are rumors that Majavu may soon be overburdened with new cases. #SABCSport411

Kaizer Chiefs have been fined R200,000, with R100,000 suspended, for failing to honor their two December equipments, which they later lost on the field, according to PSL Prosecutor Zola Majavu.


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