The leader advisory group of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) has decided that Kaizer Chiefs’ leftover installation for the period of December will go on regardless of the club needing them deferred.
In an assertion delivered to the media on Tuesday evening, emphasized that their leader board of trustees ” managed the cost of Kaizer Chiefs a full chance to give data on the side of their solicitation” later it was at first turned down when the club battled with a Covid-19 episode in the crew.
“During its considerations on the matter the leader council has accepted the exhortation of senior insight; has gotten input from the association’s central clinical official; and has considered portrayals from those possibly impacted by the football division’s choice including Kaizer Chiefs,” the assertion said.
“Having comprehensively thought to be all parts of the matter, and the data gave, the leader board today settled that Kaizer Chiefs has not set up a premise to switch the choice of the football division.
“The choice of the football division stands and the solicitation to delay Kaizer Chief’s counterparts for the long stretch of December 2021 has been declined,” added the assertion.
The PSL affirmed that no further remark will be given on the matter until a booked public interview which will be hung on 5 January.
Bosses face Maritzburg United on Wednesday, 22 December before the DSTV Premiership enjoys some time off until February.