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Get with the programme and form women’s sides, Safa urges PSL ...

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Get with the programme and form women’s sides, Safa urges PSL clubs

From this year Caf have ruled that clubs without women’s sides can’t participate in continental club competitions

Sports reporter

SA Football Association (Safa) president Danny Jordaan has urged Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs to form women’s teams to conform with the developing trends of international football.

In the PSL, only Mamelodi Sundowns, who are current Caf Women’s Champions League champions, and TS Galaxy have formally recognised women’s teams. Bloemfontein Celtic have a women’s team but the men’s team is campaigning in the lower leagues after the club sold their status to Royal AM.

Last year, the Confederation of African Football announced that teams with no women’s sides will not be allowed to participate in continental club competitions from the 2022-2023 season and this will present a serious poser for most of the PSL teams...

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