Is This A Joke? Check How Much Mamkhize Will Pay For Celtic

Is This A Joke? Check How Much Mamkhize Will Pay For Celtic

Speculation was making rounds that Business tycoon turned-reality television star, Shawn ‘Mamkhize’ Mkhize was plotting an sensational swoop for the topflight status of the Bloemfontein Celtic franchise – the story started making rounds on Saturday through broadcasting doyen Robert Marawa’s official twitter account.

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It was reported that as part of the deal, Mkhize who is the owner of Royal AM, which is quite curiously the club involved in legal dispute with the Premier Soccer League (PSL) pertaining following PSL Prosecutor Hilton Epstein’s decision to declare Sekhukhune United GladAfrica Championship champions at the expense of AM.

And after the realization that her Stalingrad legal tactics were fabled and without reasonable prospects of success, Mkhize is said to have earmarked Celtic who themselves have been in financial turmoil for a period of eon now.

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As a result, Mkhize who amassed her huge and constantly flaunted wealth from the KwaZulu-Natal government to build RDP houses, has reportedly put together a whopping R50 million to purchase Celtic from Max Tshabalala.

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According to an exclusive report by FARPostZA, the PSL’s executive committee has approved and ratified the status sale of Celtic and the only thing left now would be for Mkhize to fork out the reported amount.

Although she is incredibly rich, the deal to acquire Phunya Sele Sele would be make even easier following the sale of Royal AM to Venda-based businessman Masala Lawrence Mulaudzi, who has already confirmed the deal and resurrected Tshakhuma Tsha Madzhivhandila whom he sold earlier this year.

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It remains unclear as to what form or shape Mamkhize plans in so far as Celtic are concerned, whether she would continue with them as they are or she would rename the Royal AM – the jury remains out on that.

Since this developments began making rounds, the South African football fraternity expressed great concern at the frequency in which well established clubs are selling their statuses and relocating.

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Celtic has the fourth biggest fanbase in South Africa, if they are to relocate that means those millions of fans would have lost a club they supported for years with all of their hearts.

Some are suggesting that the PSL develop rules to govern such sales by using models similar to what is done in England, where whoever comes in to buy a club will not be able to change its name or relocate them.

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