Letsoaka: AmaZulu PSL status good for Arrows

2015-07-05 11:42
Serame Letsoaka (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - New Golden Arrows coach, Serame Letsoaka, would be glad to have AmaZulu back in the PSL at the expense of Mpumalanga Black Aces - because it would mean less travelling for his players.

Letsoaka was asked his thoughts on the alleged sale of Aces’ PSL status to AmaZulu and he said that he had no problem with it as long as it is deemed legal.

“If it is legal within the PSL there is nothing that you can do about it,” Letsoaka said to Sport24.

“I don’t know the statutes of FIFA and CAF but if it is in their legal constraints then there is nothing one can comment on.”

The Arrows coach did, however, suggest that if it will make their travel load lighter then he would be all for an AmaZulu PSL return.

“It will be very good for us because it will be one less trip to make.

“Golden Arrows are always flying for games and the travelling kills the players.”

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