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Official: Bobby Motaung Gives an Update Ahead Of Arrows

The Glamour Boys failed to honour their fixture against Cape Town City on Saturday after a Covid outbreak at Naturena saw 31 members of their personnel test positive.

This publication understands that the club only had nine players available, with three of them being goalkeepers.

While the PSL are yet to officially comment on the incident, Chiefs have now confirmed that they will not pitch for their fixture at Golden Arrows on Wednesday.

Tomorrow they will fail to meet up with arrows I want to see the end of this their strategy as if they will win a silverware at the end.

Keletso Kaymane ThipeKeletso Kaymane Thipe wena o hlalifile fighting over Motaung s team o botsa batho gore keditaela I wonder what are u benefitting.

Thapelino Letsatsantsa Choenyane COVID-19 is a serious pandemic to be joked about,do u think a big team like chiefs who are arguably the team on form use it as an excuse not to honour a fixtures.

Strategy are u talking about when has a team ever received points by not honouring a fixture.

Keletso Kaymane Thipe grow up Mr kaizer chiefs spokesperson is not the first team to experience cases of covid all over the world has been happening even here in our league no team has asked to be on holiday they continued playing so.

Keletso Kaymane Thipe lol suddenly they are all affected let down it because it will take us nowhere anyway especially nna le wena unless u benefit somehow u put bread on your table.

Thapelino Letsatsantsa Choenyane u are using your rivalry to argue and o bua matlakala fela as long as it is against chiefs o bua.

A bit late now there's already one game they've not attended so they should continue handing out walk overs its Christmas anyway


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