CAF-induced mess leaves PSL with fixture chaos

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PSL chairperson Irvin Khoza has admitted that the domestic league is feeling the ripple effect of the chaos created by the cancellation and subsequent rescheduling of the CAF Champions League games. Picture:  BackpagePix
PSL chairperson Irvin Khoza has admitted that the domestic league is feeling the ripple effect of the chaos created by the cancellation and subsequent rescheduling of the CAF Champions League games. Picture: BackpagePix

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The refusal by Morocco to issue Chiefs with travel visas three weeks ago as well as Algeria disallowing Sundowns entry into the north African country ahead of their trip for CAF assignments there last week forced the PSL to postpone five domestic fixtures involving Amakhosi and the Brazilians.

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