PSL club’s return to training: How Cape Town City got there first

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Cape Town City's Abbubaker Mobara gets his temperature checked before training. Pucture: CTC Twitter
Cape Town City's Abbubaker Mobara gets his temperature checked before training. Pucture: CTC Twitter

Finally, after three months of no football, PSL teams are slowly trickling back to training.

Cape Town City were the first team to officially return to training on Thursday following the halt of sporting activities due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. The Citizens were granted permission by the PSL to resume training under strict conditions.

Before clubs can be given clearance to return to the field, they must meet the stringent protocols that have been set out by the league.

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