While other South African Premier Soccer League chairmen are investing in their clubs, other are throwing money around; buying expensive rides. Club owners with visions and who see things from a bird's eye view are always preparing for the near future; the new 'kids' on the block still got alot to learn.
It’s customary for clubs to have their own branded vehicles, which could be used by members of the staff, technical team or even players every now and then. For Royal AM, however, the Pietermaritzburg-based club does it like no other.
The club took to their social media pages recently in showing off their fleet of BMW SUVs, in what appears to be X5’s and X3’s. Sporting the club’s gold badge on the hood of the vehicles, Royal AM also has a branded bus as well as a Nissan GT-R baring their logo on it.
Prices for the abovementioned rides
BMW X5 – From R1.4 million
BMW X3 – From R775 000
Nissan GT-R – From R2.4 million
The club has been on News Headlines since the day the new owners took over; after it was bought by businesswoman Shauwn Mkhize, she have the club to his son, Andile Mpisane; making him the youngest club chairman.
Mpisane was the talk of town few weeks ago. This is after he made a debut for in his own team. Many criticized him, that he bought his way through to the starting eleven; without doing any routine trainings like other players.
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