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Carling Knockout Cup replaces Telkom Knockout Cup: Khoza – SABC News

Premier Soccer League chairman Irvin Khoza has announced Black Label as the new sponsor to replace the sacked Telkom Knockout Cup. Telkom’s association with the competition came to an end two years ago when it did not renew its contract with the PSL.

The new league, which kicks off next year, is known as the Carling Knockout Cup.

“The name of the sponsorship will be Carling Knockout Cup, but in the element of that sponsorship we will have Carling Eleven which will be played on another date not far from October-November. We have decided that the element of Carling Eleven on that day; the tournament will take place in October-November with the last match taking place on December 16. We have agreed that there will be a bit of innovation. “

The Carling Knockout Cup will be held on an annual basis in October and November, starting in 2023.

There will also be an exhibition competition in which the winning team of the Carling Cup will see the fan-selected Carling Eleven in an all-star showcase of football skills.

Khoza says Carling Eleven’s team will consist of 23 players and that a coach will be selected from the remaining 15 DSTV Premiership teams.

“From October to November, all 16 teams from PSL and Carling XI will be the fans’ league to select, what we have said is that the league that is very interesting, we will name six for the first time. plus 5, six will be first class players and five will be Diski Challenge players in the 90 minutes how the coaches changed to them, but it should remain six plus five.- Reporter by Vincent Sitsula

Carling Knockout Cup replaces Telkom Knockout Cup: Khoza – SABC News

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