The Premier Soccer League decision-makers are still thinking about a decision, while players and coaches keep offering their views on what should or should not be done.
Maritzburg United coach, Eric Tinkler, believes there is just too much to fight for and earn for the league to be ended prematurely because of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak.
“No, you can’t null and void it [season]. There’s so much at stake. Amateur football can do that. It [the league] has to be completed,” Tinkler told DailySun as posted by Goal.
“I think everybody is a bit tired, to be brutally honest. Tired of not being able to train, tired of funny games, and not playing matches.
The Bafana Bafana legend concluded to say that there is little choice but to wait until the South African state gives the greenlight for football to resume.
“It’s an unfortunate situation we find ourselves in. But we just wait until the government gives us permission to restart.
“But everyone wants to get back to training. We want to get back to finish the league as soon as we possibly can,” added Tinkler.