Mamelodi Sundowns may not be part in new African Football League 2023: It has been suggested that defending Premier League champions Mamelodi Sundowns’ participation in the ongoing African Football League faces uncertainty. This happens with only three weeks left until the championship begins.
Mamelodi Sundowns are among the eight teams expected to participate in this league, along with famous clubs such as Egyptian giants Al Ahly, Wydad Casablanca of Morocco, Esperance of Tunisia, TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Simba SC of Tanzania and others. .
Recently, the PSL (Premier Soccer League) board of governors held a meeting on September 28 to address this issue. Notably, the Masandawana representative had to be excluded from this meeting due to two specific reasons that led the BOG (Board of Governors) to boycott Sundowns’ participation in the league. Not all the details or reasons for this decision have been released, but it appears that there are unresolved issues regarding Sundowns’ participation in the African Football League.
Mamelodi Sundowns may not be part in new African Football League 2023
It has been reported that communication from the Premier Soccer League (PSL) regarding Mamelodi Sundowns’ participation in the newly formed African Football League was not received until September 16. Unfortunately, by that date, the current season had already started and the schedule was full. is set in place.
In order to cope with the participation of capital giants Mamelodi Sundowns, the PSL would have to make significant adjustments to the match schedule. This would include extending the league’s schedule by more than three weeks, which poses a significant logistical challenge considering the season has just begun. This delay in communication and the need for a match adjustment has added to the controversy surrounding Sundowns’ participation in the African Football League.