Pitso kills off hopes of easy Chiefs title

PSL Lockdown News

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane shares his view that the league should be completed this season despite the issues around the coronavirus.

This is against the opinions of other local football personalities including coach Kgologo Thobejane and Bidvest Wits midfielder Thabang Monare, who believe Kaizer Chiefs should handed the league title.

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While the German Bundesliga has already resumed under strict health regulations and precautions, and Spain's LaLiga also setting a return date, the PSL is yet to announce if the league will continue again this season.

With six to eight Absa Premiership games remaining, Mosimane believes the season can be completed in good time.

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"I think everybody expects the season to be concluded. The season can be concluded," Mosimane says.

"To be honest, I think a month can conclude the season. If we do well, we do things right, we do the precautions and health issues right, I think a round of eight rounds can be done in a month.

"We can complete in one month to be honest. It's not for me to say when and how, but yes, we can complete if we play weekend, Wednesday, weekend.

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"We have already done it with three games in one week and so you can see a month is enough. Semi-finals and finals of Nedbank Cup also, it's two weeks remember.

"We can have it Saturday to Saturday. It's seven days. We can complete it in my opinion."

Sundowns are still in the Absa Premiership title race and the Nedbank Cup semi-finals, where they are scheduled to play Bidvest Wits.

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