At present, one of the in-structure clubs in South African first class football Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club has won its last three association apparatuses against Chippa United(1 - 0), Kaizer Chiefs Football Club(4 - 1), and TS Galaxy Football Club(4 - 2).
Source: Shawn Mkhize - Kwamkhize Official Facebook page
The club at present lies fourth of the log with nine focuses from a potential fifteen focuses, and as of now scoring for the sake of entertainment in the first class football having effectively tracked down the rear of the net on ten events while driving in four.
Toward the start of the period, the club was associated with undesirable contentions with the media and their players over neglected pay rates and facilities, and it appears to be those days are no more.
The club has entered a three-year organization with eThekwini Municipality, which will see them procure R15.75 million in that period, which will be R5.25 million per year for the following three years.
Source: The South African Official Facebook page
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