'The PSL & SAFA Are Playing With Us'

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) & the South African Football Association (SAFA) have been under the microscope since the suspension of football in March of this year, and once again the apparent rift between football’s governing bodies has come under scrutiny.

The disagreement is over the date & venues for the proposed resumption of the Absa Premiership & GladAfrica Championship. The PSL’s hopes for a July 18th return were rejected by SAFA, and PSL supporters are growing frustrated with the continued divide.

One Fan told vented his frustrations on SL Radio’s Fan Reaction Show; “SAFA & The PSL are playing with us. Why don’t they sit and discuss amongst themselves, and then come back and tell us the conclusion?”

“The only problem in RSA football is SAFA, even the poor performance of our national team. PSL is more competent than SAFA", said Sizwe in Soccer Laduma’s Facebook comments section.

The PSL looks set to resume early August, although details have yet to be confirmed as to when and how, with Gauteng being touted as the most popular province to host the bio-bubble format conclusion.