Following Kaizer Chiefs no show on the weekend to honour their DStv Premiership fixture with Cape Town City without the PSL approving that decision, the club now seem like they might find themselves in hot water.
Amakhosi insisted that they would not be going to play the Cape Town club at the FNB Stadium after their camp was hammered by a large number of covid19 cases, forcing the team to send their players into isolation.
With the Covid 19 fourth wave already in motion, Chiefs are also suggesting that all their fixtures remaining this year be postponed until their players have recovered from the deadly virus that has been having an effect on football for a long while now.
The problem with Chiefs is that they took the decision by themselves without the PSL having given that order to say no match should be played on the weekend. This meaning that the club have went against honoring their league fixture, which is always a serious misconduct in football.
Cape Town City themselves traveled to the FNB Stadium to play, since the PSL had not instructed them to not go to the stadium to play. They went there and got no entry to the Stadium as Chiefs were not even there on the day.
It is now being speculated that Amakhosi could be charged of up to R1 Million for their no show, perhaps they did what they did knowing that they would be fined and they did not mind to pay the fine.
However, perhaps the PSL should sit and decide on a way forward as another team in the form of Maritzburg United also being rocked by covid 19 cases, just after Mamelodi Sundowns also came across the same situation.
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