- Former AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson has called for Kaizer Chiefs to be declared as PSL champions
- Johnson's view is based on the fact that he feels the league should not resume
- According to Johnson, the move would be in line with FIFA protocols
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Prior to the nationwide lockdown, the Absa Premiership was heating up due to the battle for supremacy between Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns.
Despite the tight margin between the two teams, former Platinum Stars, SuperSport United and AmaZulu coach Cavin Johnson feels that the title should be awarded to the Glamour Boys.
According to Johnson, it isn't safe for the league to resume and handing the title to Chiefs would be in line with FIFA policy.
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Isolezwe reported on Johnson's view of the situation.
Johnson said, "If we say we want to follow FIFA protocols then that means we have to do the right thing, give the trophy to Chiefs."
Johnson urged the PSL to do the "right" thing and abandon the league.
He added, "Let's just hope when the PSL committee meets during the week, they will put the lives of the people ahead of everything."
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When the news broke, Briefly.co.za previously reported that AmaZulu confirmed the appointment of Jozef Vukusic as new head coach.
At that stage, Usuthu were languishing in 16th spot, prompting the board to sack Cavin Johnson.
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