Editorial | PSL needs to deal promptly with protests

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PSL boss, Irvin Khoza, says there are strict costly measures to be implemented before fans could return to stadiums.Photo by BackpagePix
PSL boss, Irvin Khoza, says there are strict costly measures to be implemented before fans could return to stadiums.Photo by BackpagePix

CITY PRESS SAYS

The PSL is often guilty of tardiness, which comes at great expense for some of its teams. A case in point is the issue between Royal AM and Sekhukhune, where the latter have just been awarded three points after a boardroom dispute.

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