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MaMkhize celebrates in style after Royal AM embarrass Chiefs in their own lawn 

Illustrious AM proprietor Shauwn Mkhize commends triumph after her charges embarrassed Kaizer Chiefs in a DStv Premiership match at FNB Stadium on September 18, 2021 in Johannesburg, South Africa. 


Regal AM proprietor Shauwn Mkhize commends triumph after her charges embarrassed Kaizer Chiefs in a DStv Premiership match at FNB Stadium on September 18, 2021 in Johannesburg, South Africa. 


Picture: Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix/Gallo Images 


As Kaizer Chiefs' embarrassment on account of Royal AM in their own FNB Stadium patio keeps on resonating through SA football, the rookies' proprietor delighted at the center of attention in average stunning design at the end of the week. 


It was not out of the ordinary that showy money manager Shauwn Mkhize would not keep down after Royal gave Chiefs a humiliating 4-1 association rout on Saturday evening, and she did it in fine style. 


Mkhize has gone to the entirety of the club's matches in the new season and keeping in mind that she put on an act in the stands as she moved to blocks belting out from the now ever-present Bluetooth speakers, her players savage hauled a stupefied, hoodwinked and overwhelmed Chiefs the whole length of the 2010 World Cup scene like a cloth doll for extensive stretches. 


It was a memorable evening for the KwaZulu-Natal guests and they were well in transit when Victor Letsoalo struck his first objective in the 34th moment. He got back with the second in the 66th moment, putting a previously scrambling Chiefs for all time on the back foot. 


The home side seemed to have been given an unmerited life saver when Sifiso Hlanti's diverted free-kick slipped into the rear of the net in the 74th moment. 


However, the glimmer of expectation ended up being fleeting as Chiefs substitute Sibusio Mabiliso transformed the ball into his own net in the 76th moment. The home side were essentially dazed by then and it was surrendered to substitute Mfundo Thikazi to finally give them some closure with a fourth strike of the evening in the 95th. 


Bosses fans have been panting for air since the last whistle and some angered allies are requesting that mentor Stuart Baxter, who was hailed as a Messiah when he rejoined the club half a month prior, be shown the entryway with quick impact. 


Such is football. 


Mkhize will be satisfied by the state of affairs going as Royal AM, which is a blend of Bloemfontein Celtic and the Royal group that played in the GladAfrica Championship last season, started life in the first class of the Premier Soccer League just in August. 


The club procured their place after Mkhize prevailed with regards to buying the situation with Celtic, and she additionally figured out how to sell Royal's first-division status to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila proprietor Lawrence Mulaudzi around the same time. 


Her club's shock pounding of Baxter's charges comes only days after she said Royal was not in the prevalence to contend with any semblance of Chiefs, Mamelodi Sundowns and Orlando Pirates. 


She said there was no additional "pressure" for her side to flag their goals in the world class association as they are as yet incorporating Royal into a serious first class mix. 


Mkhize, prominently known by her moniker MaMkhize, disclosed to Power 98.7 she had a three-year plan in the PSL and the primary target was to "uncover ability" in KwaZulu-Natal. 


She demanded that her side realize they can't challenge large three clubs Chiefs, Sundowns and Pirates in the PSL in their first season. 


Yet, in view of the easy lowering of Chiefs in their own terrace on Saturday night, numerous spectators and fans will contend that they can essentially challenge the quick blurring Amakhosi. 


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