Kaizer Chiefs have finally returned to training following the closure of their Village in Naturena last week.
The club was rocked by a major Covid-19 outbreak which has affected no fewer than 36 of the Amakhosi's personnel, with a further fives cases confirmed on Tuesday.
The club has also missed two consecutive fixtures at home to Cape Town City and an away trip to Golden Arrows on Wednesday.
Scroll through the gallery to see some other Chiefs matches that were abandoned over the years
It can now be revealed that first-team has resumed training in the hope that the two fixtures missed can be rescheduled to a future date.
"They are training. But just a few of the players. We are not sure yet as to when the team will again play. The team just returned back to training on Tuesday," an insider reveals to Kickoff.com.
"It's not the entire first-team squad though that has returned, it's just those players who are feeling better.
"We are still putting together a team. They are just training now to prepare, but no one knows anything beyond that."
According to the source those who are talking about precedence being set before in similar cases, are misreading the situation.
"We don't think we'll lose the points, the protocols are not the same, we sent a letter where teams previously didn't send a letter. The team sent a letter before, so those are different situations."