Premier Soccer League (PSL) potentially faces a pending scandal after the alleged resignation of two more administrative officials.
According to well placed sources, PSL finance manager Yusuf has also resigned with immediate effect. He had previously served as the finance manager of the 2010 World Cup which was hosted in South Africa.
The spate of resignation, in a matter of hours, may now point to a pending yet to be revealed crisis within the PSL's offices. PSL has now been dramatically hit with numerous resignation in a matter of days after the resignation of prosecutor Nande Becker, the head of legal Michael Murphy.
Murphy's departure is also in itself a major blow for the league and comes at a crucial time with pending disciplinary cases against numerous high-profile clubs and individuals.
TimesLIVE sources, told the publication had cut a frustrated figure for a number of years. With the impending case regarding Soweto Giants, Kaizer Chiefs' request to postpone the league due to a Covid-19 crisis is allegedly causing great disharmony within the PSL.
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