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Look how much money The Big #3 PSL Teams made last Season 2020/21

Jul 19, 2021 

Kaizer Chiefs may have completed as sprinters up in the CAF Champions League however will take comfort in being one of just two neighborhood clubs to take over R20-million of every 2020/21. 

Saturday night's loss to Al Ahly implied they passed up a definitive prize of US $2.5-million (around R36-million), which might have accompanied further pay in the CAF Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup, however, they actually stashed US $1.25-million (application. R18-million) in the wake of packing a silver award. 

The CAF prize cash raises Chiefs to second behind Mamelodi Sundowns in bringing home from every one of the rivalries in the 2020/21 season. 

A troubling homegrown mission left Amakhosi with a simple R2.4-million in the wake of completing eighth in the association, arriving at the MTN8 semi-finals, and being embarrassed in the first round of the Nedbank Cup. 

With their offer from CAF, their all outshoots up to R20.4-million, which is simply above what The Brazilians made (R20-million) from homegrown contests. 

That being R15 million as DStv Premiership champions, R3-million for two Q-advancements, R800 000 from the MTN8, and R1.25-million for arriving at the Nedbank Cup semi-finals. 

Notwithstanding, for arriving at the last eight in the Champions League, Sundowns got a further US $650 000 (application. R9.4-million) to push their all out for the season to R29,4-million. 

In the meantime, individual homegrown giants Orlando Pirates made R12,4 million in nearby rivalries and added US $350 000 (application. R5-million) subsequent to arriving at the last eight of the CAF Confederation Cup. 

The Bucs totaled R17,4 million to complete third in the cash rankings. 

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