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Latest on Kaizer Chiefs case

Kaizer Chiefs has been in trouble with the Premier Soccer League. Kaizer Chiefs took matters into their own hands when they had Covid-19 outbreak at their camp. The Glamour boys wanted the PSL to postpone their games for December but that did not happen. The club ended up not honouring their two fixtures against Golden Arrows and Cape Town City. Amakhosi were set to hear their punishment yesterday on the 21st of January. The latest is that the Kaizer Chiefs matter has been postponed again. Now the matter has been moved to South African Football Association arbitration. The matter has been postponed to the 25th of February at 16h00.

PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu told the media that "I can confirm the matter proceeded before the PSL DC, where upon Kaizer brought an application for the DC to be stayed, pending the outcome of their urgent referral of their dispute to arbitration under the hospices of SAFA. We agreed that the case should and can be postponed, however that timelines be put in place so that the matter does not fall through the cracks. It was also recognised that this matter must be finalised as soon as possible, way before the league draws to an end. With that acceptance, the DC was inclined to grant the request by Kaizer Chiefs that the matter stand down till their arbitration at SAFA is finalised. The matter was subsequently postponed to the 25 February at 16:00, at which time the matter would then proceed. Of course, depending on the outcome of the arbitration, it may well be that the matter may not proceed in the current format." Do you think Kaizer Chiefs will be punished? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.


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