Problems seem to be mounting left, right and centre for one of the well respected football managers in the DSTV premiership, if it is not accusations of him allegedly being involved in murders related to the Mbombela Stadium, he is implicated in partying with underage children.
Kaizer Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung is apparently in debt and is on the verge of being asked to pay at least R10 million Rands back for a sale of his company that couldn't go through.
GRC Property Investment has filed papers in the Joburg High Court in which it seeks an order to set aside the liquidation order against Motaung’s company, Lakeshore Trading 224, which owns the shopping complex in Ormonde, near Gold Reef City in Joburg south.
Meanwhile, Moutaung will have a tough competition when the current season ends as other clubs would competing to buy the best footballers in the DSTV Premiership in preparation for the new season. Amakhosi failed to win the premiership title.
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