Recently, there have been some interesting discussions among Mamelodi Sundowns supporters who have done a lot of thinking, including the Premier Soccer League (PSL) management, about the club's future. As a result of their complete dominance in the DStv Premiership, the fans raised a ladecima star to commemorate the occasion. For more than a decade, Mamelodi Sundowns have dominated the Premier Soccer League, seemingly oblivious to any other teams in the league. As a result, their supporters demanded that the club's exceptional achievements at Chloorkop be recognized, as well as that the club's shirt be adorned with another star in recognition of their efforts. Due to the fact that they have previously received a star for winning the CAF Champions League and contributing to the internationalization of South African football.
Since other leagues have been implementing this strategy for quite some time, the PSL has had a number of meetings to discuss the topic. In the meantime, the PSL has been researching this concept to ensure that it is in accordance with their laws and regulations. A star would have been awarded to every team in the DStv Premiership that had won the league, as reported by several sources. Then there are teams that have won the league multiple times that can be rewarded with a large number of stars. The PSL is well aware that if this legislation is passed, they will be required to establish clear terms and conditions that can be clearly understood by every club and supporter. In light of the fact that Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns having won the league more than once, it is expected that they will be given three stars beneath their badges. For decades, numerous teams in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) have struggled to achieve this goal.
Amakhosi were the dominant force prior to the PSL era, but Sundowns have taken over as the dominant force in the last decade. As a result, supporters believe that the PSL should not turn a blind eye to this concept, and the debate will continue. Because it will encourage teams to perform well.
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