KAIZER CHIEFS RECEIVED A TWO-WINDOW TRANSFER BAN BY FIFA. THE BAN WAS DUE TO ILLEGAL SIGNING OF MADAGASCAN INTERNATIONAL ‘DAX’ ANDRIANARIMANANA IN 2018
Kaizer Chiefs are anticipating a choice from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS). This is after their transfer ban appeal.
Kaizer Chiefs received a two-window transfer ban by Fifa. The boycott was because of illicit marking of Madagascan global ‘Dax’ Andrianarimanana in 2018.
Nonetheless, Chiefs have brought their case before CAS and advanced the choice on Wednesday.
“Kaizer Chiefs’ intrigue against their two-window transfer ban was heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) today, Wednesday 09 September,” read an announcement from the club.
“The club will anticipate the result on whether the intrigue is fruitful or not.”
Additionally, since Ernst Middendorp has been sacked on Wednesday, Chiefs are started their chase for another and best mentor.
Those who are likely to be linked for the position include:
- Gavin Hunt,
- Benni McCarthy, and
- Eric Tinkler.
Hunt looks to be in suitable position for the position, having won four Absa Premiership titles – three with SuperSport United and one with Bidvest Wits.
However, Hunt said he hasn’t been in talks with Chiefs over the position as head coach.
“No one (from Chiefs) has spoken to me,” said Hunt on Wednesday.