The PSL Disciplinary Committee has slapped Kaizer Chiefs Football Club with a fine of R250 000.00 of which R200 000.00 was suspended for 24 months on condition they are not found guilty of a similar offence during that period.

This follows the events that occurred after the match between Amakhosi and Chippa United at the FNB Stadium on Saturday, April 7, where irate fans pelted the Chiefs players and technical team with objects after their humiliating 3-0 loss.

Chiefs’ defeat to the Chilli Boys ended any real hopes of them challenging for the Absa Premiership title, with head coach Steve Komphela heavily under-fire with no trophies in the cabinet since his arrival at the club two seasons ago.

On Thursday, 19 April, the Premier Soccer League therefore sanctioned the club for failing to provide adequate security, which means the sanction is effectively R50 000.

The Glamour Boys have one more chance to challenge for silverware before the season ends when they take on Free State Stars in the semi-finals of the Nedbank Cup on Saturday, 21 April.