The Bulawayo side will also pay a fine of $2 000 and are banned from participating in next year’s Super Cup campaign.
Chicken Inn refused to play the remaining minutes in protest after the referee awarded a penalty to Yadah in the 89th minute. They said the referee’s decision was not fair and it should not stand.
Coach Rahman Gumbo led his charges out of the pitch and the play was stopped for over 25 minutes. This prompted the referee to call off the match before the final whistle.
The statement reads:
The Premier Soccer League Ad hoc Committee has awarded the Chibuku Super Cup first round match between Yadah FC and Chicken Inn FC to Yadah FC on a 3-0 scoreline.
Further, Chicken Inn FC has been fined $2000 (Two thousand dollars) and banned from participating in the 2018 edition of the Chibuku Super Cup.
This is in accordance with Article 7 of the Chibuku Super Cup Rules and Regulations which state that:
7.6 If a team does not report for a match except in cases of force majeure recognized by the Premier Soccer League or if it refuses to continue to play or leaves the stadium before the end of the match, the team will be considered as having lost the match in question. The match will be awarded to its opponents on a score line of 3-0 or more if in the case of an abandoned match, the winning team has already reached a higher score at the time the guilty team leaves the field of play.
7.7 The defaulting team shall be banned from participating in the next edition of the Chibuku Super Cup.
7.8 No appeals maybe lodged against these decisions.
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