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Attempts by the Premier Soccer League (PSL) to complete the season may hit a snag as most clubs in the National First Division (NFD) are now warning that the costs of observing the coronavirus health and safety protocols could prevent them from conducting a second round of Covid-19 testing.

Most clubs in the NFD have already conducted a first round of testing of their players and essential staff, but they may not be able to do the second round because of the cost. Some NFD officials who spoke on condition of anonymity said the first round of testing and observing stringent Covid-19 protocols has cost between R45,000 and R60,000‚ depending on the number of people tested...

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