PSL side Cape Town City have confirmed they are now allowed to train.
Like all the PSL teams, the ‘Citizens’ were forced to halt operations, including training after the Coronavirus outbreak around the world in March.
The Western Cape is one of the hotspots of the disease in SA, but Cape Town City have done everything possible to ensure they are one of the PSL sides to return to work in preparation for the resumption of the League.
“The club has received clearance to commence full training, in accordance with Return to Training Directive. Congrats to management who have worked around the clock to ensure we are one of the first PSL clubs to be fully COVID compliant,” said Cape Town City in a statement.
More PSL clubs are expected to follow suit.
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