Four clubs are facing a PSL sanction after they failed to submit their squad lists for registration last week, the League has confirmed.
All top-flight clubs were supposed to submit their squad lists before 22 February but Chicken Inn, Chapungu, Harare City and the reigning champions, FC Platinum failed to beat the deadline.
The PSL has called onto these clubs to fulfil the registration requirements on time or they might get a sanction.
Here is a statement by PSL
Four Premier Soccer League clubs did not meet the player registration deadline of 22 February 2019.
These clubs include:
Chicken Inn FC
Harare City FC
The clubs are required to register 25 senior players and five junior players born on or after 1 January 2000 in preparation for the 2019 season.
Clubs that fail to fulfil the registration requirements on time will be sanctioned in terms of the PSL Rules and Regulations.