South Africa qualified for the Olympics, the return of the Absa Premiership and build-up to the Telkom Knockout final.
Those were the big headline makers over the past few days.
The PSL looked back at what some of those involved in the action have been saying.
South Africa Under-23 coach Owen da Gama on beating Senegal 3-1 on penalties
“We are the second South African team to qualify for the Olympics in 15 years. It is also history that we have for the first time qualified with Banyana Banyana for the Games at the same time. It is also history for the boys because it is the last opportunity for all of them bar one, Phakamani Mahlambi, to qualify for the Olympics. But we were not looking to making history but just to qualify and take our football to another level.”
Goalkeeping hero Jody February on his exploits in Dakar
“I thought if I save the one in the game then we are going to Rio and lady luck was also on our side, God Almighty was with us and here we are, we are going to Rio. I am over the moon, I don’t know how to explain this feeling.”
National Under-23 captain Keagan Dolly on his penalty miss
“I actually wanted to cry because I don’t know what I did … I missed and luckily Jody came to my rescue. The team was there for me and I had to show character because I am the captain. I am so happy that we won.”
More from Da Gama as he thanked the country’s football administrators
“We always say the success we have is through our leadership at SAFA, the leadership at the PSL. It (stopping the league programme) has turned out to be good for South African football because everyone is looking at us and asking what are the leaders in South Africa doing and I can safely say the leadership in our country’s football is something special.”
South Africa midfielder Menzi Masuku, one of the stars of the competition
“This is a remarkable achievement however you look at it. To bounce back from a demoralising semi-final defeat to Algeria and win not only against anybody but the hosts Senegal… a team that beat us in the opening round of the competition, makes this victory even sweeter.”
Kaizer Chiefs striker Bernard Parker ahead of the Telkom Knockout final v Mamelodi Sundowns
“We are the favourites to win the Telkom Knockout final because we are cup specialists. (But) there is much more pressure after losing the MTN8 final.”
Sundowns attacker Khama Billiat ahead of Durban meeting
“This is a big game. We need to be on top of our game When we are on form there is no team that can stop us. We have to keep the momentum we have going forward on attack and take that into the final.”
Amakhosi midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane on the final
“I don’t think we need to advise our teammates on how to win the trophy, or how it felt to win it. It’s part of our job to win silverware, and this one is no different to any other silverware. We are well aware of our job as players, and we know what we need to do. We will have to work hard to win this one.”
Free State Stars coach Ersnt Middendorp after 1-1 league draw with University of Pretoria
“This is a defeat, there’s no doubt about it. This is a defeat. We’ve conceded now the same time a goal from the blind side, on the left, the full-back’s side, unbelievable, it should not happen. It should have been three points for us but soccer is not a dream, you have to work for it, and for me it was not enough. We have to start winning our win home matches. We had an opportunity here and we squandered it.”