PSL PLAYERS STAYING ACTIVE 'THROUGH MONEY GAMES' - CAPS BOSS - JERE CALLS FOR LEAGUE RETURN - Football News (ZW)

PSL PLAYERS STAYING ACTIVE 'THROUGH MONEY GAMES' - CAPS BOSS - JERE CALLS FOR LEAGUE RETURN


Government has been asked to allow the return of the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League (PSL) in order to protect clubs and players from falling into a financial crisis.

Farai Jere who's the Premier Soccer League chairman on a radio interview said clubs need an income as to honour their obligations.

The Caps United boss promised psl clubs will follow health protocols including employing health officers at their training facilities.

"Clubs are prepared and want to see production from their assets (players) active. They've been paying salaries for no returns."

"Since COVID-19 started last year, it has been expenses and more expenses for clubs".

"If you look across our borders, the players in South Africa and Zambia are coming from home and even when we were given the green light to train last year, our players trained coming from home and we never had problems".

"So, if you look at our players, these guys are not sitting at home, but playing social soccer although we haven't heard any incidents. It's us administrators that think players are lying idle when in fact they are active".

The Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League was stopped last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and government and Zifa have been in discussions on its resumption.

Pindula.

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