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After just months Premier Soccer League (PSL) was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic, the league’s chairperson Dr Irvin Khoza has finally announced that the league is set to be completed within the next six weeks.
This follows an engagement between the league and the mother body South African Football Association (Safa) that was set to take place on Friday but was later postponed at a request of a special member.
Reports suggest that the PSL proposed 18 July as the start date.
Speaking in a press briefing on Monday, Khoza said Gauteng will host all 32 teams in the PSL and GladAfrica Championship on dates that are yet to be confirmed.
“What we have done is submitted the dates, but not announced them in public. We cannot announce them, we have prepared them and supplied them to SAFA. They have taken them to the meeting with compliance officers (this morning) and will then give an update,” said Khoza.