Solution suggested for PSL season


Former Mamelodi Sundowns defender Raymond Seneo has suggested a solution that could help the PSL in their plans to conclude the current football season.

Football has been forced to take a break due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and lockdown has been enforced to make sure the outbreak does not spread uncontrollably across South Africa.

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The ex-Jomo Cosmos, Black Leopards, Moroka Swallows and Golden Arrows centre-back has given a suggestion that may help the League if they were to be given the greenlight to play behind closed doors.

This scenario would require many logistical changes to make sure everyone involved is safe and Seneo suggests a plan that would see players staying together for the remaining rounds of matches to avoid any danger of spreading the disease.

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"It's a difficult situation. Life comes first and PSL must abide by the government orders at this present time," Seneo tells

"It will be a risk to play behind closed doors because players will still move around going back to their places and no one will know how many people they come into contact with.

"Unless they come up with a plan where teams will camp in different places like pre-season camps and stay together.

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"There must be regulations where players will stay together, have tight security with rules that will be followed by everyone for the duration of the matches that must be completed.

"Even referees too, they must stay together in one place. If they can do that, I think they could be able to conclude the season but for now it's a wait-and-see situation."

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