Player registration ends today

22 Feb, 2019 - 15:02 0 Views


22 February 2019

Munashe Kusemwaenda

A NUMBER clubs have expressed satisfaction with their squads as the Premier Soccer League announces player registration commencement.

PSL this week called up local clubs to submit their player registration documents today ahead of the new season which kicks off on March 30.

Dynamos coach Lloyd Chigowe told H-Metro earlier this week that he is satisfied with the squad he has assembled.

Chigowe, however, said he has reserved two slots for foreign-based players to be part of his new look DeMbare.

Among the teams who have been on a shopping spree include newsboys Manica Diamonds, with coach Luke Masomere targeting a top eight finish.

Black Rhinos have also roped in senior players Francisco Zekumbawira, Gift Saunyama, Moses Demera and Marvelous Mukumba among others – with coach Hebert Maruwa hinting on a top four challenge.

Triangle are good as done as coach Taurai Mangwiro is content with his squad which he is said is capable of finishing in the top three.

The Lowveld side has added to their ranks Timothy January, Donald Mudadi and Obey Mwerahari.

Chicken Inn are also another team to beat as Joey Antipas brought in new faces.

“The Premier Soccer League clubs have been instructed to submit their player registration documents by Friday 22 February 2019 in preparation for the 2019 season which commences on 30 March 2019.

“This enables the verification and processing of players’ licenses before the start of the season,” PSL said in statement

Clubs will register 25 senior players with five slots reserved to junior players to tally the 30 required players.

“The clubs are required to register a maximum of 25 senior players and five junior players born on or after 1 January 2000

“Clubs are expected to submit signed contracts, unconditional clearance letters, certified copies of IDs and birth certificates for Under 19 players, educational history, signed medical examination forms and international transfer certificates for players coming from foreign leagues,” said PSL.




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