PSL turns down Shabanie Mine’s request to reschedule Harare City match

Posted by Tayana (@tayatheheir)

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has turned down a request by Shabanie Mine Football Club to bring forward their match with Harare City at Maglas Stadium to Saturday instead of Sunday.

In their letter to PSL Shabanie Mine said they needed time to make travel arrangements for their midweek fixture against ZPC Kariba. However, PSL communications manager Kudzai Bare confirmed the request has been declined and the reasons communicated to the club.

More: Soccer24

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Football in Zimbabwe cannot be fully understood without mentioning the Premier Soccer League. The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League is the country’s top flight football league which runs every year with about 16 teams from different regions of the country. The football initiative which is the biggest the country is run by the national soccer governing body; Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) which is also falls under the international body FIFA. Caps United Football Club are the 2016 Castle Premier Soccer League champions after they ended an 11 year wait by defeating Chapungu 1- 0 at Ascot Stadium in Gweru on 26 November 2016. Read More

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