PSL and SAFA are playing with us: Football fan
The Premier Soccer League (PSL) and the South African Football Association (SAFA) are behind since their conversations remain irresolute to football suspension that began March this year.
Once more, the obvious rift between the football’s governing bodies has come into trouble. The disagreement worries the date and venues for the proposed resumption of the Absa Premiership and GladAfrica Championship.
The PSL’s hope for the July 18th return has been rejected by SAFA, and PSL supporters are developing frustrations with the suffered divide. One fan voiced his frustrations on SL Radio’s Fan Reaction Show.
“SAFA and The PSL are playing with us. Why don’t they sit and discuss amongst themselves, and then come back and tell us the conclusion?”
Sizwe Nkabela, another football fan said in Soccer Laduma’s Facebook page the problem with football in SA is SAFA and the poor performance of the national team, Bafana Bafana. “PSL has become more competent than SAFA,” said Nkabela.
The PSL appears set to resume early August, although important points are yet to be confirmed. Gauteng has been picked as the most popular province to host the bio-bubble for the conclusion of the league.