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Kaizer Chiefs seek match postponement after Covid-19 Outbreak in Naturena

Kaizer Chiefs have been doing well in the league lately and who can imagine that they started out Bynum escaping relegation zone to be number two on the log. But bad news has come to their camp after cases of Covid-19 were reported in their base in Naturena. It has forced the team to seek postponement of their game against Cape Town City as fears rise from staff members of the team and the players. Chiefs have asked the PSL to calling off their match.

” Players and staff at Kaizer Chiefs Football Club have been monitored for symptoms during the Covid-19 pandemic and have been tested regularly. More personnel tested positive this week and as we are preparing for Saturday’s game,” the club statement read.

” As a result of this outbreak that has seen no less than 31 people test positive for Covid19-19, the Kaizer Chiefs village is temporarily closed until next week. Given the situation, the medical team have conducted contact tracing of primary contacts of those tested positive and have instructed all players, members of the technical team and staff including those who tested negative to quarantine as per protocols,” Vina Maphosa told reporters. Amakhosi have asked the PSL to postpone their next four games.


” The club has written to the PSL to request for a postponement of four upcoming games in December against Golden Arrows, Cape Town City, Sekhukhune United and Royal AM to avoid risk of infection and further spread if the virus and allow those affected to recover and complete their quarantine period before they can play against other teams. Well I’ll leave it to you the fans to decide what’s the best idea after all these.

by: Rendani

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