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PSL Club Sales A Thing Of The Past?

The South African Football Association has uncovered its arrangements to cinch down on the training that has seen various groups being sold, renamed, and moved lately.

Every one of the 32 groups in the DStv Premiership and GladAfrica Championship will keep up with its name, headquarters and its partners - that is, as indicated by the most recent decision from the South African Football authority.

In an assertion conveyed to clubs and different specialists by SAFA CEO Tebogo Mothlante, the act of buying establishments determined to rename it, moving it and disappointing its partners will be precluded except if authorized by the SAFA Competitions Committee.

"The offer of an establishment which is to the hindrance of an association title and results in evolving central command, changing the name and additionally partners, and besides is to the impairment of the respectability of sports rivalry, should be restricted," the assertion read to some degree.

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SAFA have additionally uncovered that inability to stick to these guidelines could see groups being consigned to its territory's LFA or SAFA area.

4.3.2 in case of a club being sold and migrating, it will be consigned to its present Province or SAFA Region or SAFA LFA, aside from where the SAFA Competitions Committee chooses in any case subsequent to thinking about an appropriately inspired application with that impact

4.3.3 No group will be permitted to change its name without the earlier endorsement of SAFA, on the proposal of the Competitions Committee, which will not be preposterously held back."

Clubs like Bidvest Wits, Highlands Park, Bloemfontein Celtic have all been bought, renamed and moved lately, while AmaZulu have changed possession however kept up with its name, headquarters and partners.

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