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MaMkhize's club in trouble with PSL once again

Following their last stunt in handing out cash bonuses, the Premier Soccer League will publish the book at Royal AM after a 2-1 triumph against the United Maritzburg on the field.

PSL prosecutor Nande Becker said yesterday that he was getting ready for the embarrassing act to carry Royal over the coals, which saw the club officers celebrating victory by bringing together players at mid-pitch, right after they had been in fulltime to pay over their money.

Some players have been told that Sowetan is as much as the R10,000 that, if true, the officers have roughly rt 200,000 in cash, posing an enormous safety concern surrounding the socialist Shauwn Mkhize's PSL devices.

The Royal Player confirmed his unnamed mood, even though the group won four matches in a succession to be among the early, unlikely championship contenders. The Royal Player had confirmed the stunted mood around their camp.

"There are crooks who might have looked and known where we were staying," said the athlete. "We are no longer free, this puts our lives at risk.

They think we have that money wherever we go and will attack us quickly. They think we have that money.

"They need to have made the deposit into bank accounts or to wait till we have greeted and donated it to [the] dressing rooms."

Another player showed that they didn't get cash on the pitch for the first time. "When we were playing at GladAfrica Championship, it's happened before that, where we earned money like this, but it didn't go viral," said the player.

As CEO Sinky Mnisi said she was at a meeting and couldn't comment. Sinky Mnisi refused to comment.

Whilst her son and club president, Andile, was presented with an enormous brown packet containing R200 notes on social media, the PSL announced that they would prefer accusations against the flamboyant team.

"We're looking at this most definitely. Certain charges have already been confirmed. I wait just for the confirmation of a copy of the footage," Becker said.

"I don't want to pre-judge this situation, but when I get all the information, I would prefer charges in due order. Because more than one charge might be, I don't want to say more.

So before I can say they would be charged for A, B and C, I have to do the homework first."

In the meantime, through its spokesman, Msawakhe Mayisela, the eThekwini subway one of the club's sponsors said that the city wasn't engaged in the club's internal matters and that it also sponsored other teams, such as AmaZulu and Golden Arrows.

"Not only MaMkhize's team we are sponsoring. We all support the Sharks team, but we cannot say that the city has to interfere or voice its perspective in all that happens to these teams," said Mayisela.


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Nande Becker PSL Royal Player Shauwn Sowetan


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