Kaizer Chiefs v City: What The Rules Say…

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With Kaizer Chiefs not appearing for their home match against Cape Town City, in the wake of proclaiming they would not be able to respect the match because of a Covid-19 episode, this is the thing that the NSL Handbook says about the circumstance.

Amakhosi had mentioned for the game to be deferred, but this solicitation was apparently denied by the PSL, as it had effectively been set up that a club couldn't utilize positive Covid tests as an explanation. As indicated by the handbook, the matter will currently be given over to the PSL Disciplinary Committee, with the most probable outcome being that City will be granted three points, and a stroll over triumph, see point 15.3.

City affirmed they went through every single conventional strategy and surprisingly met the match authorities inside their club transport to check the players cards, and so forth Anyway the DC could settle on an alternate approval, or further activity. City had applied the principles as needs be, and had turned up at FNB Stadium, following all conventions. Portion from NSL Handbook obtained from PSL.co.za: 15. Landing in THE GROUND 15.1. Part Club groups should be available in the changing areas at the match scene somewhere around 70 (seventy) minutes before the planned start up time and take the field at the time specified by the match magistrate. 15.2. Where a match isn't played due to the late or non-appearance of a Member Club group, or of the two clubs, the culpable Member Club or Member Clubs will be accused of offense.

In such manner difficulty of execution because of a vehicle breakdown, strategic issue, or that the Member Club group couldn't find the match setting, won't be a guard to this charge. 15.3. Where a Member Club is viewed to be blameworthy as far as Rule 15.2 its rival in that match will get a "stroll more than" (a 3-0 (three-nothing) win), except if the Disciplinary Committee thinks about that as an alternate approval might be more fitting. 15.4. Where both Member Clubs are viewed to be liable as far as Rule 15.2 both Member Clubs will be apportioned 0 (zero) points and 3 (three) goals will be granted against them except if the Disciplinary Committee thinks about that as an alternate approval might be more fitting. 15.5. In case of power majeure the Disciplinary Committee might conclude that the match be replayed. 15.6.

The enlistment cards of the Players and Member Club Officials of each Clubs will be assessed by the arbitrator and a delegate of the other group in the changing area 60 (an hour) prior to the booked beginning of the match except if the match chief and the 2 (two) groups consent to an alternate time. 15.7. A Member Club which doesn't deliver the character enrollment card for a Player or fields a Player without a personality enlistment card or an invalid personality enrollment card will be accused of unfortunate behavior. 15.8.

The host club will give the opposing club admittance to the changing areas 4 (four) hours before start off. 15.9. The host club will give the opposing club admittance to the pitch two 2 (hours) hours preceding start up.

Source: https://www.idiskitimes.co.za/local/chiefs-v-city-what-the-rules-say/

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