After last-weekend match, Royal AM players are set to receive big bonuses for making their fans happy after defeating Kaizer Chiefs 4-1 at their home. The match was sensational and entertaining to watch as Victor Letsoalo scored a brace alongside an own goal from Sibusiso Mabiliso and a late Mfundo Thikazi goal. The Royal stars gave the Amakhosi fans an unforgettable defeat at the FNB stadium.
For their impressive performance, Royal AM chairman, Shauwn “MaMkhize” and her son, Andile Mpisane, will reward their players for putting a big smile on their faces with their solid performance.
“The players will get big bonuses for that win. The management were very happy for the win and would like to encourage them to keep it up, they will be rewarded with big bonuses whenever they score a big win,” a source told Phakaaathi.
“It’s highly good to see the team winning two games in a row with lots of goals and it increases the confidence of the players to win more games and fight for the PSL title," royal AM coach said following the victory over Kaizer Chiefs.
Following their remarkable victory at the weekend, the club will clash with TS Galaxy on Sunday afternoon. They are ready to continue their winning streak and get 3 points from the match.
I believe that the Chairman of Royal AM is doing the best thing, and it could encourage the players to give all they can to the club. Unlike unsatisfied club owners that will pressure the players to deliver at all cost no matter their condition.
Royal AM could shock the PSL fans this season by winning the title or making it to the top 3 if they continued with their fine form.
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