- Kaizer Chiefs will have to answer for the pitch invasion that occurred during and after the MTN 8 quarterfinal against Stellenbosch FC
- The club will appear in front of the Premier Soccer League's disciplinary committee
- This is despite the PSL itself having been in charge of the security that failed to contain the fans
Kaizer Chiefs is in a spot of bother.
The club will appear before a Premier Soccer League disciplinary committee to explain the behaviour of fans who invaded the pitch during the MTN 8 quarterfinal match against Stellenbosch FC at the Danie Craven Stadium last Sunday.
According to IOL, the league's prosecutor Zola Majavu confirmed this via a statement to the media. The PSL somehow won't have to answer for the chaos seeing that it was in charge of security on the day of the match.
The article also opined:
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"The PSL also does not allow fans to run onto the pitch after matches, but last week the security stood by as fans streamed onto the playing area. Some of the fencing around the playing area were hopelessly inadequate and fans had little trouble breaching it.
"Perhaps the time has come to hold the PSL accountable when security is not up to scratch. Chiefs and Stellenbosch could start by charging the PSL for failing to provide adequate security at the Danie Craven Stadium."
Pitch invasion results in Stellenbosch Football Club statement after Kaizer Chiefs MTN 8 quarterfinal
The Premier Soccer League was in charge of security for the MTN 8 quarterfinal between Stellenbosch Football Club and Kaizer Chiefs at the Danie Craven Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Before the match, a stampede nearly happened at one of the entrances as supporters arrived late for the match, Sports Brief reported. During the match, there was a small pitch invasion in the 1-1 draw when the Amakhosi equalised, before a full-scale one occurred when the visitors won the match 4-3 on penalties.
iDiski Times reported that the league, the South African Police Service, the local municipality, select service providers, and the two clubs would convene for a debriefing session. Incidents on the day will be discussed, before remedial measures are taken.