Shauwn Mkhize allegedly made one of the biggest purchases in sport history in South African.
She has reportedly bought the PSL status of Bloemfontein Celtic, which is one of the most supported teams in the country.
This grants Mkhize access to the PSL after the deal was approved by the league on Friday.
The deal is complicated as Mkhize is already in dispute with the PSL over a disciplinary case that remains ongoing.
The news was confirmed by the PSL’s legal counsel Michael Murphy to outgoing Celtic boss Max Tshabalala. who wrote:
“The application to approve the transfer of the football club known until now as Bloemfontein Celtic from the seller to the acquirer (and the related approvals in respect of a name change (to Royal AM FC) and relocation (to Chartsworth Stadium) served before the executive Committee today (Friday),” reads the letter in part. “The transfer is approved on the basis sought…”
Royal AM FC is sold to TTM..good move by maMkhize she belongs to the big leagues…they tried to bring her down..they won’t stop…qhubeka mbokodo pic.twitter.com/LGmNoWN22T
— Mlungu Omnyama (@MlunguUnderSko) August 14, 2021
According to reports Mkhize, is planning on sealing the deal ahead of the new DStv Premiership season, which gets underway next weekend.
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) also confirmed the news of their return to football in a statement on Saturday morning.
“We are delighted to announce that Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club has, as of 13 August 202, acquired the status of Royal AM in the GladAfrica Championship,”
— Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila Football Club (@ttmfc_original) August 14, 2021
Youngest President in the PSL
Andile Mpisane also posted a Instagram photo saying he is the youngest PSL President. The 19-year-old Mpisane‚ also a reality TV star and gqom music artist who runs the family football business with his businesswoman mother Shauwn Mkhize‚
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