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Chiefs Issue Statement To PSL

Kaizer Chiefs have issued a letter of apology for the behaviour of sections of their fans in their recent match against TS Galaxy.

Angry Chiefs fans were throwing objects in direction of head coach Molefi Ntseki after Amakhosi suffered a 1-0 defeat to TS Galaxy at Mbombela Stadium.

The club confirmed, via their communications manager Vina Maphosa, that no one got injured, but had pleaded guilty after PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu had laid charges.

Majavu had fined the club R100 000, of which R30 000 were suspended for a period of 24 months, and also ordered to “send a written apology to the league and the sponsors and also to carry that apology on their website”, which they have now done.

Chiefs’ apology in full:

LETTER OF APOLOGY FOR KAIZER CHIEFS ‘ SUPPORTERS’ BEHAVIOUR AT KAIZER CHIEFS V TS GALAXY FC PSL FIXTURE ON 20 AUGUST 2023

Kaizer Chiefs hereby unreservedly apologizes to the PSL, all PSL member clubs, TS Galaxy FC and all of its peace loving supporters, for the behaviour of some of its supporters at the Club’s PSL fixture against TS Galaxy FC at Mbombela Stadium on 20 August 2023.

The Club condemns this poor and unacceptable behaviour in the strongest possible terms. 

We have commenced a process of engaging with Kaizer Chiefs’ branches on supporter behaviour at football matches. 

Yours Sincerely 

Kaizer Chiefs Football Club

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