FARPost has been informed that the PSL will probably make a final decision on May 28 in terms of what to do with the 2019/20 season, after the League was halted because of the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
The meetings with SAFA are ongoing. “It’s likely the season would be concluded behind closed doors,” says the source.
Rumour has it that the PSL is considering housing the teams in one camp, most likely at Sun City resort in the North West, with the games being played in the province.
In Rustenburg, it’s home to the Royal Bafokeng Stadium, which is slowly, but surely becoming a white elephant since Platinum Stars was sold and became Cape Umoya, who participate in the GladAfrica Championship.
Royal Bafokeng, however, could be the place where this season’s champions are crowned.
The PSL, like many Leagues across the world, was halted in March when the Coronavirus threatened the lives of many.
As things stand, Kaizer Chiefs are leading the Absa Premiership table, while Ajax Cape Town are topping the GladAfrica Championship.
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