PSL has too much money and no respect

Soccer is becoming a haven for shocking paradoxes.

Soccer is becoming a haven for shocking paradoxes.

Consider this: the PSL is now the 15th richest league in the world and yet the revenue from such big sponsorship is in the hands of a few soccer-enriched individuals who run their clubs with disrespect for the communities they pretend to represent.

Buying and selling clubs and players is done only for money.

But our youth development, coaching and national teams are in a shambles.

Safa has the great honour to prepare the country for a successful show in 2010 and yet it has no authority over the PSL clubs.

Nelson Motala, by e-mail

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