Despite the DC ruling in favour of Chippa, Rovers are not giving up just yet, and are looking to take the case to arbitration, for which a date is still to be set.
"We are filing a statement through the arbitration court and we are going comment more about this once everything has been finalised," Rovers team manager Luxolo Matikinca says.
But Chippa communications manager Nkosinathi Nqanda tells KickOff.com that his club has a strong case, and that Blackburn Rovers are just delaying their progress in the Promotional Play-offs.
"For me [the ruling] was something which was overdue, we will beat Blackburn Rovers on and off the field – they are jealous of our team!
"They got the chance [to get promoted] while they were number one on the table and now they are delaying our progress."
The Play-offs are postponed until all arbitrations have been heard and judged. Follow me on Twitter @Chris_Maq