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Patrice Motsepe Announced An Astonishing New League For African Football

Patrice Motsepe Announced An Astonishing New League For African Football

Date: 2022/07/05

Patrice Motsepe the new chairman of the confederations of African Football has made an astonishing new surprise Super League for African football that pour in R1bn which is approximately $100 million, which is much more than the Total African Cup of Nations and Champions league combined, this alone proves that anything possible when Patrice is in Charge and at the same time he has started investing in the first division which is now called the Motsepe Foundation League which is an exceptional thing.

Patrice loves football, he knows that if he goes all in he could seemingly become the chairman of FIFA, and that way African football will be at its best.

The State of African football right now is utterly disturbing, how can South Africa have the best league but it does not have the best team in Africa, it just does not make sense as to how Mamelodi Sundowns is not hiring the Al Ahly players so they can also be the best.

The New super league will be giving out a million dollars each to the teams that will be joining in, which is a lot of money and it will help them with the transportation costs and improve the friction full economy of Africa.

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Mamelodi Sundowns' chairman is on a beautiful quest and he is traveling with Jessica Motaung, the child of the Kaizer Chiefs owner, that was a big move that Jessica took to choose to leave her family business for CAF, anyone that does who shares the same surname could likely be disowned.

The billionaire has connections all over the world, he said the new partners want to help, and also they want to see the state of South African football at newer heights.


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