PSL Approve Club Sale
By Lethabo Kganyago
The Premier Soccer League has approved the sale of another club, who will move provinces with immediate affect.
iDiski Times have been informed by reliable sources that Limpopo side Venda Football Academy (VFA) will campaign in the GladAfrica Championship next season.
This comes after the club received the formal approval from the Premier Soccer League regarding the sale of the first division status of Cape Umoya to the Vhembe-based side yesterday.
VFA was campaigning in the ABC Motsepe league last season and are reportedly owned by Limpopo businessman Robinson Ramaite.
Sources say players are already in Limpopo today for assessments and former Polokwane City and Sekhukhune United coach Johny Ferreira will be in charge of the dugout at VFA.
VFA will be the second side from Limpopo in the first division, alongside Black Leopards who were relegated from the premier division last season. Cape Umoya finished seventh in the Championship last season.