The Premiere Soccer League (PSL) has confirmed bad news for all South African football fans.
The local football is currently on international break for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers and is expected to return in two weeks time.
Bafana Bafana will go up against Ethiopia in the double header clashes on 9th October and 12th.
The South African Football Association (SAFA) confirmed that they will allow fans who are vaccinated to attend the match live at the stadium.
This raised some hopes to some people who were hoping that the PSL would also allow vaccinated fans to start filling up the stadiums when the league returns.
But however on Wednesday afternoon the PSL released a statement claiming that fans will still continue to not be allowed to enter the stadiums when the league returns.
The South African Football has been without spectators since last year in March when the country was hit by the outbreak of the pandemic Covid-19.
The PSL went further to explain that the new Disaster Management prohibit fans from entering the stadiums to witness the action live as it requires strict adherence.
The statement went on to state that the protocol that prevents fans from entering stadiums will remain in place until regulations change.
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