South African football has come a long way and there's certainly dark past associated with the sport. The PSL was established on the foundation of the NSL and there has been stories that have been told for decades of corruption and dirty tactics within the sport. We'd like to assume that we are in a better space in the moment, however there's still some isolated incidents. The league is now run well by various entities to ensure that fair play is adhered to.
This star was considered a good talent during his days in the top flight. He started off his career with Vaal Professionals and would go on to enjoy success with Supersport United. He has since fizzled out of the spotlight after working as a radio analyst. He is now working for the South African Player's Union.
Peter Khaobane admitted on came to have accepted a bribe from Mamelodi Sundowns during his playing days for Vaal Professionals. He shared that the club paid him and other players R20 000 to throw the game. He shared that they accepted the instructions and successfully threw that game which left their leaders happy.
He spoke to TK Solutions TV on YouTube as he shared details of his football career. Fans were left amazed by the bombshell he dropped, however these are allegations that are know to the public under the previous ownership. Things have since been cleaned up at the club and they have went 0n to become a powerhouse in South African football.
Fans had a lot ot say about this particular issue with many throwing all types of allegations including some incidents which took place more recently. The PSL has seen poor officiating in recent years and we've also seen team dragging each other to court. The issues of match fixing are few or none existent at all in recent times as the league gets more and more organized. It has also turned into a lucrative business with brands investing money in South African football.
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