PSL will return under these following rules
"We have said to government, we're going to test first, the training fields are going to be sanitised and people are going to be screened on a daily basis – that is just for training.
"But, over and above that, before they come to the BSE, they are going to be tested again for a second time and then go into a mini-camp wherever they are based.
Those are South African Football Association (SAFA) chief medical officer Dr Thulani Ngwenya words while he was updating journalists about the possible return of Premier Soccer League.
According to Ngwenya, South African government, Department of Sports, Arts and Culture to be specific is impressed with SAFA and PSL has put forward. The South African top football was forced by Coronavirus to take unscheduled break back in April. Most teams are left with 8 games while others still need to play Nedbank Cup semi finals.
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