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PSL teams really need to establish women’s teams 

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Desiree Ellis with Banyana SA players during the 2016 FIFA U/20 Womens World Cup Qualifier match between South Africa and Zambia at Makhulong Stadium. (Photo by Lefty Shivambu/Gallo Images)

Imagine if all our top-flight football teams had a ladies football counterpart!

This is a dream of mine and many other women football followers around the country, who are determined to see the women’s game grow. I mean, just think about it, it would increase the level of competition in the newly implemented National Women’s League. I just can’t stress this enough. Sure, we already have the likes of Bloemfontein Celtic and Mamelodi Sundowns who have invested in the women’s game. And by the look of things, the investment is really proving to work wonders because many players from both sides are national team players. This is because these players are afforded…

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