Phakaaathi has learnt that some GladAfrica Championship sides are not too keen on returning to finish the season and would rather see the league ended with the standings as they were when it was stopped in March.
The South African Football Football Association (Safa) and Premier Soccer League (PSL) are set to meet to discuss issues regarding the return of football.
The South African Premiership — the richest league in Africa — is seeking a new sponsor after Absa Bank announced it is ending a 13-year partnership.
Polokwane City coach Clinton Larsen has reiterated his wish to keep former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Kabelo Mahlasela at the club beyond this season.
The Premier Soccer League have listed 14 training venues and 11 match venues in Gauteng as they prepare to restart the 2019/20 season on July 18.
South African officials are expected to reveal Monday when the Absa Premiership — the richest league in Africa — will restart after being halted in March by the coronavirus pandemic.

local soccer Discarded Chiefs midfielder Molangoane attracts interest

Free agent Joseph Molangoane has hinted that there are few clubs who have approached him, but added that he was not in a position to divulge their identity.

local soccer Safa say they have never been against football’s resumption

The South African Football Association claim they have “never” wanted to stop the game in this country from resuming, and said that they will be meeting with the Premier Soccer League on Monday to discuss the way forward.

African Soccer Ghanaian legend Muntari eyes Kaizer Chiefs move

Former Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari has expressed his wish to play in the Premier Soccer League.

local soccer Mokwena delighted with Sundowns return

Rulani Mokwena has described the experience of returning to Mamelodi Sundowns as like coming back home to a family.

local soccer Mosimane reckons Rulani is now a better coach

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says Rulani Mokwena comes back to the club improved, as a coach and as a person. 

SA football set for return, come hell or high water

local soccer SA football set for return, come hell or high water

Given the slightly absurd reluctance of the Premier Soccer League to make any sort of official statement, up to now, on a return to play in the 2019/20 season, one sincerely hopes chairman Irvin Khoza’s press conference on Monday addresses this, and isn’t to announce a new PSL face-mask sponsor, even if in these crazy economic times we need all the sponsors we can get.

local soccer Pitso likens Mokwena’s Sundowns return to African ceremony

Mosimane says the former Chippa United and Orlando Pirates coach comes with vast experience as opposed to when he left three years ago.

local soccer Mahangwahaya pained by Bidvest Wits sale

Wits is in the process of being sold to Tshakuma Tsa Madzivhandila owner Lawrence Mulaudzi pending the Premier Soccer League (PSL) approval. 

local soccer Celtic hand Baloyi and Mashikinya short-term contracts

Bloemfontein Celtic has extended Lucky Baloyi and Given Mashikinya’s contracts until the end of the season.

local soccer Mokwena thanks Pitso for welcoming him back to Sundowns  

Mokwena rejoined Sundowns this week following after a short stint with Chippa United.

local soccer PSL want season resumption by July 18

The Premier Soccer League have set a date of July 22 or 23 for the resumption of the 2019/20 season, and are waiting to get the go-ahead from the South African Football Association and government, so they can finish the campaign by the end of August.

local soccer Wits star open to SuperSport move

 Midfielder Cole Alexander has been thinking about his future after Bidvest Wits was sold to Tshakuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM).

local soccer Banyana defender Vilakazi joins Spanish club

Nothando Vilakazi joins Logrono following a stint with Lithuanian side Gintra-Universitetas.

local soccer Pitso: Football is not the same without love and affection

Mosimane is one coach who is not shy to express himself and does not hold back in the heat of the moment.





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