Kaizer Chiefs have written to Premier Soccer League requesting for the postponement of their next five fixtures after the club suffered 31 positive Covid-19 cases.
In a statement on their official website, Amakhosi have confirmed feeling the effects of the fourth wave in Naturena and have written to have their fixtures in December against Cape Town City on (December 4), Golden Arrows (December 8), Sekhukhune FC (December 12), Royal AM (December 19) and Maritzburg United (December 22) postponed.
“As Kaizer Chiefs communicated in the last few days leading up to the game against Swallows FC, the Club has instituted stricter Covid management protocols following several positive Covid cases affecting the team and general personnel,” read part of the statement.
“Our protocols are always strict but we have had to be more stringent in the last two weeks given the increasing number of infections in Gauteng and the country.”
Chiefs appeal to PSL
The Club has written to the Premier Soccer League to request for a postponement of the five upcoming games in December against Cape Town City, Golden Arrows, Sekhukhune FC, Royal AM and Maritzburg United https://t.co/spTxl3OiTT#Amakhosi4Life
— Kaizer Chiefs (@KaizerChiefs) December 3, 2021