Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane, is hoping the PSL decision makers will make the correct calls.
While the restart of the Absa Premiership is edging closer and closer, the outspoken Mosimane has given the authorities something to think about.
“I watched all La Liga games (on Sunday) and the majority of players were struggling after the 60th minute‚ including Barca and Real Madrid,” Mosimane said via his Twitter account.
The man they affectionately call “Jingles” concluded by suggesting a minimum number of 21 training days needed, as well as the five substitutes allows that has been allowed abroad.
“Three weeks minimum to train before we start playing and five substitutes to be allowed in a game,” concluded the four-time league champion.