Average people in the football world who make smart decisions can give a leg up to their children and as well as their grandchildren by building wealth.
The key to building generational wealth one must able to grow it, protect it and pass it down to those who will follow.
Largely known as the first football family in South Africa, the Motaungs are steady making their mark and paving the way even for generations to come. The former footballer turned club boss Kaizer Motaung and his son Junior made their mark as footballers before they trade the pitch for the boardroom.
Running a brand like Kaizer Chiefs requires someone with street smarts, one who can make things happen then there comes in Bobby Motaung. The 50 years old Kaizer Chiefs manager has on countless occasions dropped the ball after allegations of fraud, corruption and tax invasion were levelled against him.
Not so long ago he was also accused of making mediocre signings at Kaizer Chiefs bringing in the likes of Serge Djiehoua, Michelle Katsavairo and Edmore Chirambadare just to name a few. Besides being a Kaizer Chiefs boss Bobby Motaung is a family oriented man with a well known son, Moagi Motaung.
Moagi is not like any average kid in South Africa but he is living the posh lifestyle. By browsing through his social media accounts we were able to see that he has a number of expensive high end cars that he has access to such as a Bentley Continental GT, Jeep Wrangler and as well as a Range Rover Sport.
With the current management structures at Kaizer Chiefs showing a trend that family members are more likely to occupy top positions in the team, at this point in time it is safe to say that Moagi is groomed to take over some day.
Source : https://www.instagram.com/moagi_motaung
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