The Match Officials Have Been Punished For Chiefs' Penalty.According to the sources, the match officials responsible for the dubious penalty decision in the match between AmaZulu and Kaizer Chiefs have been punished after the review committee met this week.
Jelly Chavani is understood to have been put on ice by the SAFA Referees Review Committee for changing the outcome of the game, with Usuthu clearly in the driving seat for all three points in their DStv Premiership clash against Amakhosi on Saturday.
With coach Benni McCarthy’s side leading 1-0 in added time, Chavani, who was the referee in charge, blew his whistle for a spot kick when the ball looked to have come off defender Tapelo Xoki’s chest, not his arm.
Referees are been punished for mistakes that were supposed to be solved by VAR He never awarded it! He was probably advised to award it.The PSL should look for the cheapest VAR they could get.That would be possible hence he's not in Baxters plan, he love matoho n Cardoso anyway,Eish we can't afford to lose roadblock.
They must take him back Baxter doesn't like him. good, plus this stupid plumber called Baxter is destroying his talent and confidence.Someone needs to take SAFA to court. This is discrimination. Secondly has SAFA be able to prove that those vaccinated they can't be infected nor spread the virus.
Amazulu was saved by the goal keeper chiefs had missed so many chances in that game, so Benni chiefs was creating chances but you had a great goal keeper.
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