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Are PSL Clubs Over Reliant On Khoza?

Is the Premier Soccer League too dependent on its Chairman Irvin Khoza and how will they respond when he at long last strides down? These were a few serious inquiries that the longest serving PSL head needed to confront while presenting the new backers of the Carling Knockout Cup on Tuesday.

This comes simply seven days after the Premier Soccer League (PSL) closed a sponsorship manage Motsepe Foundation for the National First Division (NFD) under 24 hours after they were left in the center of no place by GladAfrica.

Furthermore, it was Khoza, who immediately thought of an arrangement. He was a piece unassuming in his reaction to this inquiry yet there is likewise reality saying that "it's extremely uncalled for that individuals might show up as though they are not involved".

Right now there are just eight Premier Division groups in the PSL with fundamental patrons, others are just upheld by organizations near the proprietors and not very many have sleeve supports.

What's more, a large portion of these groups have been over dependent on the month to month PSL awards (R2,2-million) which is helped by the rewarding TV freedoms bargain still, Khoza says the clubs merit some regard for running their organizations on strict financial plans.

Yet, most PSL clubs have likewise been blamed for not doing what's needed in maintaining their organizations proficiently particularly on the regulatory and business side.

In contrast with other brandishing codes like rugby and cricket, which are constantly considered the large three close by football in the country, some PSL clubs are not really creative and don't see to have plans of driving monetarily significance program and fan developments.


Source: https://sportson.co.za/2022/07/are-psl-clubs-over-reliant-on-khoza/

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