The Kerala Football Association can breathe a big sigh of relief after it completed the seventh Ramco Kerala Premier League this week but its plans for a new super league next season is likely to run into time trouble.

The KFA has received two bids for its commercial rights — which also requires the bid winner to start a new Super League — for the next 12 years but it is not likely to complete the formalities to get the new league up and running next season, which starts on June 1 this year.

“Only two companies have submitted their bids and they have been opened by the expert committee headed by our (KFA) president. It has made some arrangements to make a report by next week and then the executive committee has to meet and decide about it. But at this moment, I think it may get delayed…because of COVID, no official meeting is possible,” P. Anilkumar, the KFA general…

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