Premier Soccer League Chairman Dr Irvin Khoza has been re-elected to serve as the chair for four more years. Earlier today the PSL held its Quadrennial General Meeting where a new executive committee was elected.
The 72-year-old Orlando Pirates Chairman has been the leader of the organisation for 18 years and was elected unopposed to serve for an additional four years.
In his acceptance speech, the Iron Duke Said:
“Thank you for the confidence you have shown in us, to be again involved in the administration of your football business. The next term requires patience as we deliberate on the preparation of the next generation. I would be remiss if I did not thank all of you for entrusting me with the responsibility of serving. Thank you for your support always.”
A new PSL executive committee was also elected, namely: Kaizer Motaung, Mato Madlala, David Thidiela, John Comitis, Robert Benadie, Stanley Matthes, Rejoice Vakashile Simelane.