PSL retain Ndebele

HARARE - The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has reportedly offered chief executive Kennedy Ndebele a new three-year deal.

The former Highlanders chairperson has been working on part-time basis for the top-flight league, but the league’s board of governors had resolved to engage him permanently.

Ndebele’s contract expired on December 31, and PSL chairperson Twine Phiri said he will remain the CEO without disclosing further details.

“What I can say for now is Kenny is in the office and he is carrying out his duties as usual. I can’t discuss his contract in the public domain but just know that he is the PSL chief executive,” Phiri said. - Sports Writer

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