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How PSL clubs will implement the five substitutes rule as season restarts

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Cape Town City players Bradley ‘Surprise’ Ralani, Mpho Makola and Thabo Nodada during the team’s training session at Hartleyvale in Cape Town. PSL clubs will be allowed to have more substitutes on the bench during the completion of the 2019/20 season. Picture: Grant Pitcher / Gallo Images
Cape Town City players Bradley ‘Surprise’ Ralani, Mpho Makola and Thabo Nodada during the team’s training session at Hartleyvale in Cape Town. PSL clubs will be allowed to have more substitutes on the bench during the completion of the 2019/20 season. Picture: Grant Pitcher / Gallo Images

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The league has temporarily thrown out the three substitutes rule, and will allow an additional two for the remaining 113 games.

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