Premier Soccer League (PSL) prosecutor Zola Majavu has provided an update on allegations regarding failure to attend two DStv Premiership matches in December.
Majavu confirmed the case will be heard on Friday, but also admitted it could be postponed as the case has yet to be referred to an arbitrator from the South African Football Association, which has postponed that hearing to February 9.
“The Kaizer Chiefs case will indeed come before the DC on February 25, 2022, after which it may be further postponed as the arbitration has yet to be completed,” Majavu said.
“However, the matter still needs to be vented within the PSL DC, which would then provide further guidance it deems necessary,” Majavu said.
Amakhosi did not play against Cape Town City at the FNB stadium on December 12 and Golden Arrows three days later, claiming that a Covid-19 outbreak in the village of Amakhosi made it impossible for them to do so.
Majavu also revealed that four clubs have been warned by the PSL for failing to comply with Covid-19 protocols.
“There are four clubs that have been reprimanded for failing to comply with Covid-related protocols. (And) While the league has not imposed any fines on them, we considered the matters important enough to bring to the attention of the clubs involved so that in the future, if they fail to heed the warning, formal charges against them will be preferred. to get. †
Majavu did not disclose the names of the four clubs.