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Meet the Rich sons of PSL club owners

Men who start something big always hope to have a son or sons who can carry on what they've started. Football clubs and their ownership are no different in this way.


Most PSL clubs are owned by businesspeople who have enlisted their sons to work in the clubs and in football as a whole in order to make sure the clubs will be around in the future.


Here are some of the children of people who own PSL clubs.


Bobby Motaung

Bobby is the son of Kaizer Motaung, who is the leader of the Kaizer Chiefs. He is the club's football manager, a job he has held for as long as anyone can remember. Bobby is sure to be a good football club manager because he knows how to run a big club like Kaizer Chiefs.


Bobby is a big deal in the family club, and he also runs a business on his own.


Tlhopie Motsepe

This is probably the youngest son of a club owner who helps run a big club like Sundowns every day. His father gave him control after he became president of the Confederation of African Football.


Because of how he runs his father's club as a leader, he continues to be the best football player in the area.


Tshifhiwa Thidiela

David Thidiela, the owner of Lidoda Duvha, is the father of the Black Leopards club manager, who is known as "Chief." Tshifhiwa works in his father's club and also runs his own business.


Anton Rupert Jr

Anton is the son of Johan Ruepert, who owns PSL Club Stellenbosch FC and has made a lot of money in business. He is very involved in how his father's businesses, including the club, are run on a daily basis.


Andile Mpisane

This is the son of Shaun Mkhize, who owns the PSL Club and is also a well-known businesswoman. Andile is a co-owner of the club, and the "AM" in the name Royal AM stands for his name. He also plays for the team.


Kaizer Motaung Jr

This is another son of Kaizer Motaung, the owner of Kaizer Chiefs, who now works full time at the club his father owns. Junior played football for Kaizer Chiefs before he retired, which gave him the skills he needed to be a key staff member for his father's club.


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