'Let’s Not Do The Wrong Things Europe Are Doing'
Mark Williams On How The 2019/20 Season Should Be Concluded
by Soccer Laduma
May 06, 2020 07:00 AM
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Bafana Bafana legend, Mark Williams has suggested a way forward for the 2019/20 campaign.
Currently in level four of the lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, gatherings and sporting events are still prohibited.
The Premier Soccer League Board of Governors will meet on Thursday, May 07, to make a decision about the 2019/20 football season, where they will thereafter have to submit a proposal to the Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture.
There are up to nine games left for teams in the Absa Premiership to complete the season, while the Nedbank Cup competition is still in the semi-final stages.
In Europe, the Dutch FA has since voided the Eredivisie season, while France cancelled theirs and awarded Paris Saint-German the title.
In the United Kingdom however, there are still plans to complete the season at a later stage.
"I wish we can do the right things that they are doing in Europe, not the wrong things and I will tell you why, we want to follow them.
"I do not know how many games they still have left, but as far as I am concerned, I see a lot of our coaches are complaining that they play three games in 10 days, four games in two weeks, so for me it doesn’t matter when, but where we end off...
"We need to start again, meaning that the league needs to continue. If it takes two months, if it starts, the guys must play the eight games left,” Williams told the Siya crew.
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