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After being found guilty, Kaizer Chiefs will now play in an empty stadium.

Kaizer Chiefs players celebrate Sfiso Hlanti’s equaliser against Golden Arrows during the 2023/2024 Dstv Premiership encounter away at Mpumalanga Stadium in KwaZulu-Natal. Credit: Kaizer Chiefs

PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu provided an update on Kaizer Chiefs fans’ misconduct after they threw objects at then Chiefs’ head coach Molefi Ntseki and his technical team.

The Incident

The incident happened after the club’s 1-0 loss to Amazulu FC in a Carling Knockout round of clash at FNB Stadium earlier this month.

Furious Chiefs fans threw objects at Ntseki and the technical team a few weeks after they did the same.

The Penalty

Amakhosi appeared in front of the PSL Disciplinary Committee on 31st of Octobe, where they were found guilty after pleading guilty of the charges brought against them.

The charges will see Chiefs play their next match against Cape Town Spurs on the 8th of November with no fans.

They are also fined R300 000, which will be suspended for six months. Should they not repeat the same offence, while they will pay R50,000 from their previous charge.

Should they be found guilty of the same offence in the next six months, Amakhosi will pay R300 000 and play one match in a neutral venue.

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