After Royal AM crew was spotted rewarding players with hard cash as they won KZN derby, Mzansi was left divided. According to some people, MaMkhize and her son, Andile Mpisane are changing the game. However, there are those who opine that the act was rather unwise and unprofessional.
As MaMkhize and son made money rain, the poor players were saying "please tell them (Mamkhize and son) not to bring the money on to the pitch". So clearly even players of Royals are not happy with maMkhize's and her son recent unprofessional behavior. One player who spoke to Sowetan on condition of anonymity says the players now fear for their lives. Royal AM players are not impressed and fear payments may attract robbers. “This has put our lives in danger as we are no longer free. They [criminals] will think we've that money wherever we go and will be quick to attack us,” said the player.
Meanwhile, PSL prosecutor is reportedly prepareing a case against the flamboyant club owners for carrying bundles of cash to pay players on the pitch after a match. PSL must punish them hard because they have no respect for the league and players. They think people’s dignity is a content for Instagram. Even Tso Vilakazi was not impressedby the stunt Mamkhize and son pulled "Bonuses have always been a part of football. Its nothing new. But the way it was done by Royal AM is not right. I know its not my money and I don't want to disrespect Mamkhize. But that's not the way to do it. I felt for the players when I was watching it," he said.
For those of you who are as agreeing with Mamkhize let me explain the own goal she just scored. Just like Hamilton Ndhlovu she's digging her own grave with her bare hands, but all you could say is "its her money". It was also Hamilton's money. Watch and see.
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