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PSL working on a Strategy to Open Stadiums for Live Games

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) is reportedly working on a plan to bring the fans back to stadiums to watch live games.

The South African Football fans have been in total blackout since the outbreak of the Covid-19 back in March 2020.

The media has been also struggling for coverage for the last two years.

According to new reports the league has been working on media access to live games as a part of allowing fans back to stadiums.

This comes after the league had granted access to the fans in the MTN8 final between Mamelodi Sundowns and Cape Town City few months ago as a part of testing.

There were also few fans in the DStv Compact tournament two weeks ago as a part of a testing phase.

According to sources in the know, the PSL is consulting with league sponsors and stakeholders to discuss a way forward related to the matter the matter.

The league body is also reportedly waiting for a meeting with the government in relation to the return of fans to stadiums.

Source: Soccer Laduma

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