Royal AM is sets to humiliate another Soweto giants as they take on Orlando Pirates Thursday 5:30pm
Royal AM is currently in the limelight after beating teams left and right. Kaizer Chiefs is among other teams got beaten by Royal AM. It was not an ordinary loose for Amakhosi but a humiliation as they were hammered 4-1. Royal AM had managed to rise above all criticism and cases put against owners of the club.
The team that is now based in KZN is a threat to many teams in the DSTV Premiership. If they win against Orlando Pirates on Thursday, then Soweto should mourn once again as it won't be a first time this team humiliate so-called Soweto giants. The lack of consistency at Orlando Pirates might put the team under pressure and finish the season without a Cup in the cabinet.
The dangerous players at Royal AM are, Victor Letsoalo, Mashikinya, Potsane, and Mahlasela. Royal AM had recently involved in a scandal when a video clip leaked Andile Mkhize offering hard cash to the players. This incident took place after a game they won against Chippa and there's nothing wrong in reward players if they're doing well.
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