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Chiefs found guilty of fielding ineligible players

The league prosecutor Zola Majavu confirmed the outcome of the disciplinary committee on Friday.

“Kaizer Chiefs pleaded guilty, and they were subsequently convicted as such,” Majavu said.

The prosecutor revealed Amakhosi’s sanction which is a monetary fine and the club will also pay for the costs of the two sessions.

“Having listened to the submission made by the prosecutor on behalf of the league as well as the legal representatives on behalf of Chiefs and the two respondents, the PSL DC ruled that Chiefs will be fined a monetary amount of R200,000, 50% percent of which is suspended for 12 months on condition that they are not found guilty of the same offence in that period,” Majavu said.

“They have to pay R100,000. With regards to the second and third respondents, the players were both fined a monetary amount of R10,000 which was wholly suspended for a period of 12 months on condition that they are not found guilty of the same offence.”

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