Absa Premiership

PSL transfer window shuts on Friday

2015-01-26 15:30
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Cape Town - The Premier Soccer League has confirmed that the January domestic transfer window will close on Friday, January 30 at 17:00.

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PSL General Manager of Football, Derek Blanckensee, explained the rationale behind closing the domestic window on Friday instead of a later date as is the case in some parts of the world.

“We are bound by our Rules which don’t allow registrations outside of office hours, nor are we allowed to go into February.”

Blanckensee said he expects a busy week. “Naturally, the last week of the transfer window is very busy but from our side, we are adequately prepared to deal with the expected rush.”

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