PSL remain silent on Chiefs no-show

2021/12/06 20:40:00

The Premier Soccer League remain tightlipped on the Kaizer Chiefs no-show in their DSTV premiership match against Cape Town City on Saturday

The Premier Soccer League remain tightlipped on the Kaizer Chiefs no-show in their DSTV premiership match against Cape Town City on Saturday

The Premier Soccer League remain tightlipped on the Kaizer Chiefs no-show in their DSTV premiership match against Cape Town City on Saturday.

Amakhosi’s failure to honour the fixture comes on the back of their request for a postponement of their matches due to a Covid outbreak at Naturena that affected 31 players and technical staff members.Amakhosi did not turn up for their last match against Cape Town City at FNB Stadium on Saturday after they asked the Premier Soccer League (PSL) for a postponement of their premiership matches in December due to several Covid-19 cases at the club.Amakhosi did not turn up for their last match against Cape Town City at FNB Stadium on Saturday after they asked the Premier Soccer League (PSL) for a postponement of their premiership matches in December due to several Covid-19 cases at the club.Side Entry: Nyakane deal proves that transfer fees are the way forward Apart from proving that overseas clubs are getting over the suspicion peddled by the South African rugby fraternity that black players only play for the Springboks because of transformation directives, Trevor Nyakane’s signing with Racing 92 also showed that it’s time the game finally embraced transfer fees.

The PSL, though, have said nothing publicly and their continued silence could throw the league into disarray with Chiefs likely not to be available for Wednesday’s match against Golden Arrows.READ: The PSL website has Kaizer Chiefs on their programme for Wednesday’s matches where they are set to play Arrows.Chiefs spokesperson Vina Maphosa told TimesLIVE on Monday afternoon there is no update on whether they will travel to Durban to honour their match against Arrows.A decision is expected before then to avoid further disruptions in the league schedule.“We have no answer to your questions.* eNCA's Tshepo Thobane reports.The last [question] about CT City is the update we issued on Friday and nothing on Arrows yet,” said Maphosa..

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