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Kaizer Chiefs and PSL Have Set A Deadline To Agree On Arbitrator

and PSL have set a deadline to agree on an arbitrator in their ongoing case.

A recent report by Times LIVE has revealed that and the Premiere Soccer League (PSL) now have until Monday to “agree on an arbitrator in their case over the club failing to honour two DStv Premiership fixtures in December amid an outbreak of Covid-19”.

More reports reveal that a total of 3 names have been put forward by the SA Football Association (Safa). Both parties have to agree on one of the names by Monday and make them the arbitrator. Safa would have no choice but to step in if they cannot by then.

The PSL football department had turned down the Chiefs’ request to have four fixtures postponed last month (as a result of a outbreak). They (Chiefs) have since taken the committee’s decision to arbitration at the SA Football Association.

Times LIVE reports that “Amakhosi have been charged to appear before a PSL disciplinary committee (DC) for the games they did not honour against Cape Town City at FNB Stadium on December 4 and Lamontville Golden Arrows in Durban on December 8.”

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