PSL shoots itself in the foot

Just when SA fans thought they would be back in the stadiums, it now seems the Premier Soccer League has no will to see our match venues hosting excited supporters once again.

Last week, the league reneged on its promise to use the MTN8 final in Durban on Saturday as a test for our readiness to reopen stadiums which have been shut since March 2020. Instead of allowing 2,000 supporters as initially promised, the PSL strangely allocated all those tickets to the clubs involved in the final – Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City – and some sponsors, leaving scores of real football fans disappointed as no tickets went on sale...

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