Another PSL break

PSL chief executive Kenny Ndebele“We have realised the problem Zifa is facing and we have paid the money which is for the outstanding levy from last year as well as player registration and licensing,”

PREMIER Soccer League (PSL) chief executive Kenny Ndebele insists they are well ahead of schedule and that the league programme would be concluded on time, despite the constant disruptions.


Ndebele said league games which had been scheduled to resume this weekend will now be played after the Warriors’ second match of the African Nations Championship (Chan) against Mauritius in Harare on Sunday.

The PSL is now set to have a congested fixture programme as they will be faced with a challenge to clear the remaining 12 matches while accommodating the BancABC Sup8r matches and the Mbada Diamonds Cup games.

Harare City are currently leading the table with 37 points while Highlanders are in second place on 34 points and Dynamos are third on 32 points with Caps United placed fourth with 31 points. But Ndebele maintains they are ahead of schedule and that the league games would conclude on time.

“This is a Caf game and we will allow the national team to play Mauritius and after that we will advise when the league games would resume.

“But we have been always ahead of schedule and the league programme will conclude on time,” Ndebele said yesterday.