The PSL could ban Amakhosi fans from attending Kaizer Chiefs matches. Meaning, fans will not be allowed into the stadium.
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The PSL has issued a stern warning to Chiefs as a result of fans recent actions.
Furthermore, if these actions continue fans will face a stadium ban.
AMAKHOSI ALREADY OWE BIG MONEY TO PSL
Amakhosi have been fined for the same offense in a matter of weeks. The first time objects were thrown at Ntseki, the PSL issues a R100 000 fan but suspended R30 000 on the condition that it does not happen again within the next 12 months.
However, it happened a few weeks later.
Since then matters have gone from bad to worse.
“A few weeks ago, Chiefs were found guilty of the same offence and issued a monetary fine of R100 000 of which R30 000 was suspended on condition that they are not found guilty of the same offence within 12 months. Sadly, a few weeks later they find themselves convicted again of the exact same offence, which means that the suspended R30 000 now comes into operation immediately,” he added.
FINE DOUBLED AS FANS CONTINUE BEHAVIOUR AGAINST NTSEKI
Fans repeated the same dissent against Ntseki when Amakhosi lost to SuperSport United a few weeks ago. This resulted in a further R200 000 fine with R50 000 suspended if it does not happen within the next 6 months.
“In respect of the new contraventions where they were taken as one, Chiefs were issued a monetary fine of R200 000 of which R50 000 is suspended for a period of six months on condition that during the period of suspension they are not found guilty of the same offence. In total, Chiefs will pay a total of R180,000 (including R30,000 from the previous offence) plus the cost of the seating, which is usually administratively completed by the league and then added to the bill of the fine,” PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu stated
CHIEFS AT RISK OF FAN STADIUM BAN IF ACTIONS CONTINUE
Therefore Chiefs owe R180 000 to the PSL. If these actions are repeated fans will be banned from entering the stadium.
“As a mark of the DC’s displeasure at the errant behaviour of these few fans, they were further ordered with an automatic spectator ban in the next match if they were to be found guilty of the same offence during the next six months. This is what is traditionally referred to as a lockout and it is contemplated in the rules of the league,” Majavu confirmed.
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