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Kaizer Chiefs offered Papi Zothwane a contract worth almost a R1 million

Papi Zothwane, a former Golden Arrows player, has revealed how much he expected to earn month to month at Kaizer Chiefs in the 2000s.

In an interview with Off The Pitch with TK, Zothwane stated that he had already signed a three-year deal with the Chiefs when Arrows confirmed he had an agreement with them.

At the time, Zothwane claimed that his three-year deal with Arrows had expired, and that he had now signed a contract with Chiefs worth over R1 million.

In 2006, Zothwane stated that he hoped to increase his monthly procurement from R18 000 at Arrows to R25 000 at Chiefs.

Furthermore, Zothwane would have accumulated R900 000 from Amakhosi in three years, which excludes a charge of between R200 000 and R300 000.

In any event, the move didn't happen since Arrows did everything they could to maintain Zothwane, despite the fact that the player believes the Durban-based club shaped his contract.

"There was a lot that happened. I recognized my contract was coming to an end near the end of the 2005-06 season. Bobby [Motaung] was moving toward me at the point when it was finished "Zothwane remarked.

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