Khoza clarified that the competition is not a replacement for the Telkom Charity Cup. The new competition was introduced by the PSL clubs because of the lay-off most players will have during the World Cup.
“This is not the replacement of the Charity Cup. The clubs will announce what will happen beyond this. The issue of charity has not yet been discussed for now in the league,” said Khoza.
Black Label are also the new sponsors of the Carling Knockout Cup which will start in 2023. The competition replaces the Telkom Cup.
As the Carling Knockout Cup will involve all 16 PSL clubs, this year's Carling Cup format follows suit and fans will vote for which four teams they would like to see participating, the PSL said.
More details of this competition will be announced in September.
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