The Premier Soccer League has barred Ngezi Platinum Stars’ pre-season tour of South Africa arguing that their request came at short notice.
In a letter on Friday, PSL chief executive officer Kenny Ndebele said the request came at short notice thus could not be approved.
“We acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 20 February 2019 and advise that we are not in a position to clear the proposed tour to South Africa on short notice,” read the latter.
The PSL also pointed out some missing documents on the request like a letter of invitation from the South African Football Association.
“…Further, the delegation list is incomplete. Your club is required to furnish us with the delegates passport numbers and expiry dates. The application should also be accompanied by an invitation letter from the South Africa Football Association.”
Ngezi Platinum Stars who are under a new technical team of coach Errol Akbay, assistants Cosmas Zulu and Tendai Chikuni were scheduled to play Bidvest Wits and Supersport. The South African league is taking a break in two weeks time to give Bafana Bafana ample time to prepare for the African Cup of Nations qualifier.
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