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PSL Statement On Baroka Players

The Premier Soccer League's (PSL) CEO, Brand de Villiers, has sent well wishes to National First Division (NFD) club Baroka FC, following an accident that left nine people from the club hospitalised last night, Sunday 29 September 2013.

Six players (including one player who was on trial) and two club officials have been discharged while the driver is still hospitalised.

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Baroka FC were travelling from Moruleng in the North West where they played NFD side, United FC when their bus collided with an on-coming car on Sunday night en route to Lebowakgomo.

De Villiers said, “On behalf of the League, I would like to wish the injured Baroka FC players and officials a speedy recovery. We are working closely with Baroka FC to ensure that we assist where we can.”

By Soccer-Laduma

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