Patrice Motsepe has mentioned that he is going to appoint the right peopleand also bring corporate governance. He said he will also use his international business contacts to conclude deals‚ and increase prize money in major competitions in his plan to revive the Confederation of African Football .Motsepe confirms that one of his sons will become Mamelodi Sundowns Chairman should he be elected CAF President.
This matter has gotten more attention reactions and comments to this matter. The Mamelodi Sundowns fans has been voicing out alongside the South African football fraternity.
"I am still President of Mamelodi Sundowns. But if I'm privileged to be CAF President, then I will step aside (from being Sundowns President)." - Patrice Motsepe.
Mzandile tweeted “Actually that is what I was hoping for. With another owner there is a risk of getting someone who will relocate. You can not be sure with new owners. Motsepe's son is likely to be the best owner with a lot of experienced assists arround him. Not like that micky mouse chairman“.
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