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Premier Soccer League (PSL) chair Irvin Khoza has vehemently defended the legal actions of the organisation‚ especially pertaining to clubs‚ as above board‚ fair and lawful. ‘’
Khoza said PSL prosecutor Nande Becker is fully independent when dealing with such cases.
Suspicions have been raised and aspersions cast of interference from the league. Khoza‚ however‚ said in a marathon media briefing at the PSL offices in Parktown‚ Johannnesburg on Tuesday that there is separation of powers between Becker and the league’s executive committee (Exco).
“What is important as the Exco of the league is the fairness‚ speedy resolutions and the lawfulness of any situation we deal with‚” Khoza said.
On the matter of timing of outcomes, the chair said some cases have taken time because of postponements. He said no club is targeted.
“Every club has got a right to be given the opportunity to ask for a postponement, and all postponements are discussed and agreed on with the prosecutor‚” Khoza said....
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