PSL chief wants frequent drug tests
By Tando Mfengwana
15 November 2006
Premier Soccer League Chief Executive, Trevor Phillips wants an increase in the frequency of drug tests for PSL players.
This following the latest scandal in the PSL, where two players were found to be using a substance believed to be a recreational drug..
Masixole May of Benoni Premier United and an unidentified Sundowns player were tested positive for a banned substance the Cape Times reports.
They both are facing an automatic six months ban from playing.
Phillips said that if more tests are conducted and players understood the consequences of the action hopefully they could solve the problem.