Who will be the next? Every PSL team must now be on high alert not to mess up as it's now clear that FIFA doesn't think twice in banning a club from signing players not even the biggest clubs as it happened to Kaizer Chiefs.
As Chiefs are still heaving a sigh of relief after completing their ban, another PSL team starts again from where Chiefs left off. Bloemfontein Celtics will have themselves to blame should perhaps things go very wrong this upcoming season after the club failed to settle their debt with former player, Patrick Tingyemb.
They will be serving a painful two season ban from signing players. We all could see how it greatly affected the almighty Amakhosi. From a 2nd position team, they struggled with the likes of Ts Galaxy, Baroka etc in order to remain in top 10.
What will the story be for a much lower standard Bloemfontein Celtic? In addition, they will be serving not one but two transfer windows ban. However, somehow, this will have a positive impact in South African football. It will now force Celtics to recruit players from their reserves which will give this reserves an opportunity to showcase what they have got. However, it's not all the time that these youngsters deliver.
With all that has been happening at the great Siwelele, I doubt they will survive this blow. It's highly likely that they will contest in the relegation play offs next season. They can only hope on God.
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