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    Khoza confirms dates for upcoming PSL transfer windows and new season

    There will be changes in how things are normally done in domestic football due to the coronavirus pandemic, the league’s chairman announced

    PSL chairman Dr Irvin Khoza has confirmed the dates for the upcoming two transfer windows as well as the proposed start date for the new season. 

    In a press conference held at the PSL offices on Friday, Khoza said the league has agreed that the transfer window be officially open on September 2 and close on October 17. 

    The mid-season transfer will open for a month between February 1 to March 1, 2021. 

    According to Khoza, the 2020-21 PSL season has been pencilled to get underway on October 9.  

    More to follow… 

     

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