REGISTRATION of clubs that will be participating in the 2023 Telekom S-league (TSL) season is open.
As approved by FIFA the registration window for TSL opened on Monday March 13th and will close on Friday April 21st.
According to the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) clubs will be able to register players from abroad during the window.
“The registration period is very important that club management complies with the player’s requirements regarding player transfer both domestically and internationally.
“Clubs can use the window to register players from overseas should they wish to strengthen their performance in the upcoming season,” SIFF clarified in a recent statement.
TSL clubs are strongly urged to settle their fees in full before the due date.
The TSL Board is strict on the payment of registration fees and has warned clubs of possible replacement if they don’t meet teh deadline with full registration fees.
“Clubs are advised to settle their fees in full either by way of cash payment or bank cheque.
“TSL board will not accept club cheques or personal cheque payments.
“One club is prepared to replace any club that does not meet the deadline.
“Clubs are strongly advised to pay their fees from Monday 13th March to Friday 24th of March, 2023 before closing of business at 5 pm,” the TSL Board stressed.
The 2023 TSL season is scheduled to start on Saturday April 22nd at Lawson Tama.
Leading up towards the start of the season will be capacity-building workshops planned for the TSL clubs.
This is to prepare club Managers to be club administrators who will manage Comet and support the coaches and players, coaching refreshers to help coaches motivate and plan well for the season as well as for referees and the sports medicine team.
Twelve franchise clubs will take part in the 2023 TSL season, 10 former TSL clubs and two new inclusions.
By CARLOS ARUAFU
Solomon Star, Honiara