Ajax CT withdraws interdict to halt PSL season

An urgent interdict to halt the start of the 2018/19 Premier Soccer League (PSL) has been withdrawn..

The PSL season is set to start on Saturday, 4 August 2018.

Whilst the PSL released a statement indicating that the season will go ahead, it still remains unclear whether Ajax Cape Town will be part of it.

EWN sport reporter, Carl Lewis clears up the confusion around Ajax CT and the PSL.

I assume that they've got some assurances from Ajax that they won't be challenging further.

Carl Lewis, EWN Sport

There still is one hearing still going... the PSL were granted an appeal today that they can appeal the ruling of Judge Fisher.

Carl Lewis, EWN Sport

Fisher's ruling is very important here... she set aside Advocate William Mokhari’s punishment of Ajax.

Carl Lewis, EWN Sport

That has been set aside now and, that is what the PSL are appealing... it's a very complicated (situation)

Carl Lewis, EWN Sport

Read more about the complex court case involving Ajax Cape Town on EWN Sport.

Listen to Carl Lewis' full report on The John Maytham Show:


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