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Premier league set for March kickoff
18/01/2015 00:00:00
by KickOff.com
 
Premiership to start in March ... Kenedy Ndebele
 
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THE PSL has set March 7 as the provisional date for the kick start of the 2015 league campaign.

Fixtures for the season are however being finalised for the league that has been projected to run until the end of November.

PSL chief executive officer Kenny Ndebele said they are currently engaging their sponsors and various stakeholders before coming up with a substantive 2015 itinerary.

“Provisionally we have set 7 March as the date to commence this year’s league campaign. We are still consulting our stakeholders so that we come up with exact dates of events this year,” Ndebele said.

“I am sure in the next two weeks we would be having a clear picture about the season’s calendar. For now, it is also still early to tell when exactly we will release our fixtures.

“Cup competitions will be confirmed in due course. We intend to finish the league late November but if we have more tournaments and other events it gets longer.”

There is also still darkness over the Mbada Diamonds Cup that had been scheduled for late last year but was cancelled by the sponsors at the last minute.

It had been postponed to this month but uncertainty hovers over what used to be the richest tournament in Zimbabwean football.



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