Source: SoccerladumaAfter serious financial failure, the Bloemfontein Celtic board could not keep up with the management of the club and unfortunately sold out their Dstv premier league status to Royal AM. After almost a season, Goodnews reaching Mzansi_updates as reported by Soccerladuma is that plans to revive Bloemfontein Celtic are gaining momentum.
Reliable sources have revealed that former Bloemfontein Celtic staff Ditheko Mototo (assistant coach), Simon Gopane (goalkeeping coach) and Kgosi Molokwane (video analyst) have been sacked from Royal AM with indications all three are working to revive Celtic.
There is evidence a meeting was held last week to discuss how to proceed, with insiders informing Mzansi_updates that a potential buyer had booked two clubs, one in the DStv Premier League and one in the GladAfrica Championship.
Several former Celtic players are believed to be aware of the current plans and an announcement is expected at the end of the season. SAFA this week unveiled plans to limit the practice of buying franchises to rebrand and relocate clubs.
Even after series of court cases, disagreements and sanctions Royal AM rose above, landing on top of the Dstv premier league table. It's safe to say that their management made good use of the slot they bought. They've proven worthy of the Dstv premier league table and they might even get to win a trophy in a year or two to come if the club is managed properly.
As Bloemfontein Celtic will be revived, do you think they'll return to their old ways or improve and make good use of the second chance they've been given? What are your thoughts concerning this development and what's your honest opinion on the issue of buying league status? Don't forget to like, comment and share this content.
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