The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has officially charged Kaizer Chiefs, and a date to appear before the Disciplinary Committee (DC) has been scheduled.

Chiefs failed to fulfill dates against Cape Town City (H) and Golden Arrows during a chaotic December that saw them experience a Covid-19 outbreak, forcing them to temporarily lock their doors at Naturena Village (A).

The PSL originally dragged their feet on their request to postpone the matches, despite the league’s official rules indicating that Covid-19 will not be used as a cause for rescheduling a match.

Amakhosi, on the other hand, has challenged the ruling, thereby handing City and Arrows walkover results.

Chiefs have been accused for failing to honour the games, according to newly appointed PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu, who will appear before the DC later this month.

He said, “Kaizer Chiefs Football Club has been charged in respect to their non-fulfillment of their two fixtures as a result of claims that the majority of their players had tested positive [for Covid-19].”

“That case has also been scheduled for a hearing on January 21st at 16h00.”


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