At Chiefs, Mathoho and Dolly are the last two men standing.
Mulomowandau Mathoho and Keagan Dolly are the final two men standing for Kaizer Chiefs after the club's season was halted due to a strike.
Chiefs' season has been thrown into confusion after at least 31 persons at the club's facility in Naturena tested positive for covid-19 last week, preventing them from playing their match against Cape Town City on Saturday.
As a result of the epidemic, some of the Chiefs' players and technical staff have been placed in quarantine in accordance with official policy.
After suspending Cape Umoya earlier this year for failing to honor a league fixture under similar covid-19-related circumstances, the Premier Soccer League (PSL) is now expected to make a decision on the topic, which has left the league at loggerheads.
While everything is going on, Chiefs forward Mathoho will enter the break as one of only two players to have appeared in every game for the club this season.
After putting up a strong performance against Mamelodi Sundowns in the MTN8 season opening on August 15, the 31-year-old has been involved in every game since then.
It was only in the 4-1 thrashing that he didn't play from start to finish, having been replaced just beyond the hour mark after coming off the bench.
In total, he has made 14 appearances.
Dolly has also made appearances in all of the games this season.
While there were some fitness worries surrounding him in the first two games, he went on to start all 12 games after that, scoring six goals and dishing out four assists in the process.
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