Royal AM owners did the unthinkable over the past weekend after their victory over Maritzburg United. The KZN based outfit team management went to the stadium after the match and pop out R200 notes to players after their great performance. This was the first act been done in the history of South African professional league, however, some soccer fans expect the PSL committee to do something about it.
In her respond to this action, Shawn Mkhize does not regret or willing to apologize for her action over the weekend, however, she continue to say.
"Itmakes me feel better, there's a time where God is showing off and right now, he is showing off. We are still going to take one step st a time, we are excited to be sitting in the third position."
"Rome was not build in one day, people around me are always bringing positivity and I don't give up easily, am not a failure. Unity is what has gotten us through here, we win together and we lose together."
"Sometimes i feel bad when people compare us, we are Royal AM, we can't be compared to anyone, there is s mandate or pressure for the coach, we just want to stick to our three year plan." said Shawn Mkhize.
The management didn't respond to what happened in the past weekend as they prepare to do what they feel it is right at that particular time.
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