Here is how Kaizer Chiefs have kept its promise

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Kaizer Chiefs kept their promise for not honouring their fixture against Lamontville Golden Arrows by not showing up at the Princess Magogo stadium on Wednesday night.

The league game was the second Kaizer Chiefs have not taken part in because of the Covid-19 outbreak that has affected their extended squad leaving a total of 36 staff members affected.

On Tuesday Chiefs had announced that they were not going to be able to travel to Durban for their fixture and on their website, they said they were still awaiting a decision on whether the remainder of their fixtures were going to be postponed from the PSL.

Golden Arrows on their Twitter account posted a video of themselves arriving at the stadium to honour their fixture against Kaizer Chiefs.

It is worth remembering that Golden Arrows is owned by the PSL's acting CEO Mato Madlala.

However, despite Kaizer no-show at Princess Magogo this time around they won't be in hot water because the PSL released a fixture and Kaizer Chiefs match against Golden Arrows it is written that it's being postponed.


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