Premier Soccer League (PSL) chairperson Irvin Khoza has indicated the league could reverse its decision to decline Kaizer Chiefs’ request to have their matches in December postponed over the Covid-19 outbreak at the club’s Naturena headquarters.
Addressing the media at the league’s Parktown offices yesterday, where he also confirmed the appointment of Zola Majavu as the organisation’s prosecutor, Khoza highlighted there was still room for the league to revisit its original verdict to dismiss Chiefs’ request.
“As the executive committee we declined the request and the matter as we speak is between the legal divisions. I hear in the media that Chiefs might appeal. We all know that every administrative decision is reviewable,’’ Khoza said.
“As the process is still ongoing, it’s only fair that I hold back the information to give the process a chance to have a final conclusion. We can’t give a running comment on a matter that’s still on a conveyor belt. So, in this case it’s very important to be cautious because this matter is ongoing.’’