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End Of The Road For Free State Stars As They Are Set To Sell Their Status, See Why

After being in existence for 45 years(since 1977) Bethlehem based side, Free State Stars are reported to be close to selling the club's status, ending it's existence as a football club.

This comes as reports coming through is that the club is selling it's Motsepe Foundation Championship status to Castric FC and that a deal has already been agreed by the 2 clubs.

According to iDiskiTimes, the reason why the club has decided to sell it's status was because the club was struggling to maintain the cost of running the club and decided selling the club was it's best solution.

The deal is expected to be concluded soon but are still waiting for the Premier Soccer League(PSL) to approve the purchase.

Free State Stars was relegated from the Dstv Premiership in the 2018/2019 season and have tried and failed to win promotion back to the top flight. In May 2018, the club won the Nedbank Cup trophy with a cool prize money of R7 Million.

In June 2020, the club's owner and chairman Mike Mokoena passed away, he founded the club in 1977.

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