Swallows FC coach Dylan Kerr believes the standard of football in the PSL has been affected by the empty stadiums as he join call for the return of fans.
South African football fans have raised their frustrations over the Covid regulations which does allow them to attend DStv Premiership or GladAfrica Championship games despite the recent decline of numbers.
With some supporters were in a picket strike on Thursday to raise their grievances to Government in Pretoria, Kerr also joined the call for the return of the fans to the Stadium as he feels without spectators, players fail to deliver.
"At the end of the day the PSL and DSTV have provided service for fans to watch but at the end of the day, as a coach you guys would agree, football is not football without fans," Kerr told the media in Durban.
"We can see in Europe and African Cup of Nations, there's fans there, yes we gotta listen to the guidelines and listen to the President but I think we've passed the worst stages and it's time fans come back to the stadium.
"Because players they miss it, they miss their motivaters, they are the one that playing and without that support. It's very difficult to play and hence they don't perform well and I hope Minister of Sport and Government sees that, can see what other countries are doing."