Social media was left divided, following the post scenes that took place at the Chatsworth Stadium- after a dramatic late win in a KZN derby against Maritzburg United.
In a live footage, The Royal AM owner, Shawn Mkhize and on son, Andile Mpisane, were spotted holding paper bags full of money and handing it out to their players as a bonus and an appreciation for delivering good results- but unfortunately the gesture was not well received by the public.
While many people believe that it was very much unprofessional and cringe worthy and that it was degrading the entire league, others believe that it was a good gesture and it came from a place of love- and that not many people know what it feels like to start from the bottom and make it big like her; hence her actions tend to be misunderstood.
Speaking to the owner, this is what she had to say...
"We were not bothering anyone, people must just drink water. i just wanted to show the boys some love and give them motivation. I dont have much to say except that...it started with four goals and now it is four win, thank you- And i would like to thank everyone for the support" she closed off.
So far the team has been raking in the numbers when it comes to football fans. Many people have left the clubs that they have been supporting for a while to join Royal AM, as they believe that it is now a force to be reckoned with.
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