Kaizer Chiefs could confront a MASSIVE fine for their NO SHOW forthcoming the result of the PSL's disciplinary council.
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Should READ: BREAKING: PSL ADVISED TO SUSPEND ALL MATCHES!
Things have gone from terrible to more awful with Amakhosi and it could deteriorate for the men from Naturena.
Initial 31 of their colleagues and staff tried positive for Covid, then, at that point, they needed to relinquish their DStv Premiership experience against Cape Town City, losing 3-0 without playing and presently they might need to dive profound into their pockets to pay an enormous fine as well.
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As per KickOff's site, Chiefs could confront a robust fine in the area of R100 000 to R1 MILLION forthcoming the result of their continuous adventure with the PSL after they didn't show.
Assuming it is considered that Amakhosi brought the PSL into offensiveness, then, at that point, they could be in for a gigantic charge.
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Stuart Baxter's men are right now interesting to the PSL to have their leftover December matches deferred.
This is urgent for Chiefs with everything in question for their season.
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