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NEWS UPDATE: The Kaizer Chiefs players have returned to training.

An outbreak that has infected no fewer than 36 members of the Amakhosi's military has been confirmed, with five additional cases reported on Tuesday.

The club has also been absent from two successive matches, one at home against Cape Town City and the other away at Golden Arrows on Wednesday.

After months of speculation, it has now been reported that the first-team has resumed training in the intention of rescheduling the two games that were missed.

"They are undergoing training." However, they are only a few of the participants. We have not determined when the team will be able to compete again. According to a source, the team only recently returned to training on Tuesday."

Although the first-team squad has returned, it is only those players who are feeling better who have returned," says the manager.

"We are still in the process of putting together a squad." They are only practicing today in order to be prepared, and no one knows what will happen after that."

According to the source, individuals who assert that precedent has been established in similar cases have misunderstood the circumstances.

"We don't believe we'll lose any points because the protocols are different; we wrote a letter in a situation where teams had previously not sent a letter." "Because the team had previously sent a letter, the circumstances are different."



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