Premier Soccer League (PSL) and ZIFA will this weekend meet to discuss the fate of the country’s football in light of the COVID-19 pandemic that has virtually paralysed the much-loved game, The Herald reports.
All 18 clubs have reportedly been invited to the meeting as confirmed by the PSL spokesperson, Kudzai Bare who said:
We got a letter of invitation from ZIFA inviting PSL governors to the consultative meeting on Saturday at 10 am. The venue will be advised and the agenda is the ZIFA president’s address.
PSL has said they are pushing for the 2020 season to start in September and also reiterated that they are not considering the prospect of football being played in empty stadiums because clubs in Zimbabwe relied on gate takings.
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