A team in the Premier Soccer League confirmed that they will return to training on Tuesday, June 02.
The government confirmed at the weekend that all sport, contact and non-contact, will be allowed to return to the training grounds from today, June 01, however, indications are that teams are still awaiting official communication from the PSL.
The PSL’s executive committee will once again meet on Tuesday to deliberate further, with indications that an official announcement will be made thereafter.
However, Cape Town City have already revealed their plans to get back to action tomorrow.
The Cape Town-based outfit is underway with sanitisation of their training ground at Hartleyvale Stadium.
Despite the green light given for PSL teams to resume training, no official matches are allowed to take place during level 3 of the nationwide lockdown.
As previously reported by the Siya crew there have been suggestions that the 2019/20 campaign could possibly resume next month, July 01.
However, the PSL will make an official announcement about their plans in due course.