The PSL always evolves when it comes to soccer players who emerge to buy some of the most expensive cars on the market, some being way over one can afford with a monthly salary.
Recently, one of the stars competing in the PSL has now bought a car worth R10 million, leaving fans and other players gushing on how some people are so loaded to afford such a car of that price.
The player in question is Royal AM player Andile Mpisane, who is also the club's Chairman at the same time. He recently showed of his stunning Rolls Royce Cullinan, which is one of the top cars in the market today.
Some of the stars who own the big car include world superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. This is just one more move by Mamkhize's darling son to show how deep their pockets go.
This is just another car for Andile, considering that he already has a fleet of cars parked in his garage which can add up to a lot of millions, this a sign that they only want the the best things in life.
Andile and his mother will surely be very happy in how their team has adjusted to life in the topflight in their debut season. This after they purchased the status of Bloemfontein Celtic, taking the whole team and merging them with theirs to form one team.
Being the youngest Chairman in the top flight, Andile surely commands respect when he pulls in with his R10 Million Rolce Royce, a car so far as dreals for most of the soccer players currently.
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