South Africa will move to level 3 of the nationwide lockdown next month and a decision about the 2019/20 season is expected to be communicated in the coming weeks.
It has been just over two months since domestic football in Mzansi was suspended indefinitely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, with the Government lifting some of the strict regulations and gradually opening up the economy again, it is likely that the 2019/20 domestic campaign will be able to resume in the not so distant future.
However, should the season resume while the number of COVID-19 positive cases continue to increase in the country, clubs will have to adhere to strict hygiene protocols in order to continue fighting the spread of the virus.
Speaking on his official Twitter account, Mamelodi Sundowns head coach, Pitso Mosimane weighed in on what seems to be his opinion or suggestion on the way forward for clubs in the PSL, should the green light be given to resume the 2019/20 season.
“Arrive at training kitted, direct to the pitch, train in less than 50 people per gathering, and out immediately. No dressing room entrances, 2/3 tests per week, temperature checks, social distance training, disinfect daily. Start training to complete the season? Your take (please)..” Mosimane said.
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