A video of Royal AM officers and 'MaMhize' giving their players real cash after their win went viral.
Royal AM promised to carry glitz, glamour and shake up the PSL, and they have so some distance stored their promise.
After rewarding themselves trophies and medals last 12 months and web hosting dance parties in the stands every week this season, the membership again discovered itself the speak of Mzansi for giving their players cash incentives while nevertheless on the pitch.
A video of a membership reputable counting financial institution notes and placing them in an envelope for a player went viral.
Club proprietor Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize is considered in the video supporting the professional count number and keep the money.
The handover got here after Royal AM's 2-1 league win towards provincial rivals Maritzburg United at Chatsworth stadium on Sunday afternoon.
After a annoying first half, the sport got here alive when Victor Letsoalo put his aspect beforehand in the seventieth minute. Zukile Kewuti drew United level on the eighty fifth minute, solely for Tshepo Rikhotso to score off a rebound with one of the last kicks of the game.
It was a fourth win in a row for Royal and they moved to 0.33 vicinity on the standings.
The club was slammed by using many on social media for giving out cash, with some calling them “amateurish” and “unnecessary”.
Others defended the membership and its officials, announcing they ought to provide out incentives then again they liked.
Who would say no to real hard cash? I now believe almost every player's dream is to play for Royal Am, with so much benefits from the club. Nobody would say no to the offer.
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