The Premier Soccer League are set to make decisions on the broadcasting rights of the domestic football league following the expiry of their six-year deal with SuperSport International.
The deal which started in 2012 and expired at the end of the season saw local league games being screened live on SuperSport channels throughout sub-Saharan Africa.
Speaking to The Herald, PSL spokesperson Kudzai Bare said the matter will be discussed at their board of governors meeting next Friday.
“Right now I cannot say anything about the SuperSport deal. It’s something that is set to be discussed at the board meeting next week and the resolutions will be communicated to the media and all stakeholders. We will also take the opportunity to review the just-ended 2017 season,” said Bare.
Meanwhile, PSL could choose to renew the deal with SuperSport International or they could weigh their options.
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