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Kaizer Chiefs coach Cavin Johnson thrown with objects. Image: @YELLOWMAN/X

Kaizer Chiefs set to receive R300k punishment!

Adding to the club’s woes, Kaizer Chiefs are now set to be severely punished by the Premier Soccer League following their derby loss!

Kaizer Chiefs Pirates

Kaizer Chiefs coach Cavin Johnson thrown with objects. Image: @YELLOWMAN/X

Kaizer Chiefs are set to once again find themselves in hot water with the Premier Soccer League.

Unruly Amakhosi fan behaviour will likely come back to bite the club. Following last weekend’s derby loss, Chiefs fans were captured hurling objects at the club’s players and staff.

It’s not the first time this happened this season. Chiefs were fined and forced to play a match behind closed doors late last year for the same transgressions.

The club also have a suspended R300 000 fine hanging over their head, which will now likely be forced upon them!

Furthermore, if indeed found guilty, the club will have to move their next home match to a neutral venue.

Kaizer Chiefs set for hefty fine and stadium lockout

“With regard to the current transgression, they were fined a monetary fine of R300,000, which is wholly suspended for another period of six months on condition that during the period of suspension, they are not found guilty of the same offence again,” PSL prosecutor Zola Majavu said as quoted by Sowetan after their previous offence in October 2023.

“They were also ordered to play their next home game at a neutral venue should they re-offend and be found guilty during the period of suspension. They were subsequently directed to carry the costs of today’s seating.”

In other news, two Kaizer Chiefs-linked players are set to undergo trials in Europe in the coming days.

Stellenbosch youngster Liam De Kock and La Masia youngster Isa Mangera will be traveling to Portugal for trials.

Both defenders have been linked with moves to Kaizer Chiefs during recent months.

De Kock caught the eye of Chiefs after impressing for the Stellenbosch reserve side, while Cavin Johnson is reportedly a major fan of 18-year-old Mangera.

Amakhosi linked duo head to Europe

According to IDiskkTimes, the duo who were wanted by Kaizer Chiefs have secured trials in Lisbon.

“The players’ Madrid-based agent Mikhail Robertson of Lion Sports Management confirmed their impending travel to Portugal but would not shed any further light on the specifics of the assessment,” the publication reported.