News reaching RushSportsOn is that Royal AM owner, Shaun Mkhize has not paid full amount when she purchased the PSL Top-flight status of Bloemfontein Celtic.
"Max Tshabalala was owed money by Royal AM boss lady since she bought Phunya Selesele and renamed it, Royal AM. Now they agreed that Max Tshabalala will take over Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila to settle the debt."
The agreement comes at the back of lengthy and delicate discussions, where a mutual agreement was finally reached by both parties.
Not so long ago Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila [TTM] players have been spotted in a Royal AM bus attending training sessions and matches, raising questions over who the actual owners of the club are.
The Motsepe Foundation Championship side now play their home games at (Dr) Petrus Malabela Stadium which was used by Bloemfontein Celtic for their home games while they campaigned in the top flight.
But surprisingly Vhadau Vha Damani now live at Celtic club house and they practice at Siwelele Park, they also use green and white colors that are synonymous with the now-defunct Bloemfontein Celtic.
News reaching RushSportsOn is that the former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder has found a new home in Limpopo
After released from his contract at the Mpumalanga outfit, TS Galaxy having only joined the club at the beginning of the season, Sibusiso Vilakazi has joinedSekhukhune United FC on a free transfer.
The 33-year-old midfielder signed with Ba Bina Noko on a four-month deal with aone-year option today. He impressed the Sekhukhune United technical team during two weeks trial said the source.
The former now defunct Bidvest Wits star was recently surprisingly released from his contract at TS Galaxy which cause a war of words between Pitso Mosimane and Galaxy coach, Sead Ramovic.
Ramovic had suggested that Vilakazi’s lack of effort in training and in matches were the main factors in ending his contract after just 10 matches.
But Vilakazi defended himselfsaying his mind was preoccupied with his daughter’s illness and that he was surprised by the tone and sentiments of the Galaxy coach, who already knew about the situation.
More woes for Swallows as Head Coach returned to his home Country.
More trouble is brewing at Swallows FC as RushSportsOn has learnt that Ernst Middendorp leave because of outstanding salaries.
Swallows FC coach, Ernst Middendorp has dumped the Beautiful Birds and terminated his contract which was set to last until 2026 because he was not paid for January and February.
According to reports, the former Kaizer Chiefs coach is returning to Germany after accepting a coaching position offer from third-division club SV Meppen (SVM).
The German team announced the signing of Middendorp in a statement on Tuesday.
“Ernst Middendorp will be the new head coach of third-division team SV Meppen. He most recently coached Swallows FC in the South African premier league,” said the club in a statement.
“He has cancelled his contract there, which ran until the summer of 2026. Ernst Middendorp signed a contract with SVM until the end of the season."
“The 64-year-old is from Emsland. He was born in Freren. Ernst Middendorp was one of three coaches at Arminia Bielefeld – first in the years 1988 to 1990, then again from 1994 to 1998.
“He took Arminia from the regional league to the Bundesliga during his second stint as president. In 2005, at the celebration of Arminia Bielefeld's 100th club anniversary, the supporters chose Ernst Middendorp as their Coach of the Century."
Royal AM chairlady, Shauwn Mkhize defends her son.
Shauwn Mkhize defends her son, Andile Mpisane against critics who have been mocking his football skills.
MAMKHIZE revealed that her son was playing for AmaZulu long before he started playing for Royal AM. She bragged about Andile Mpisane's football talent, saying that he wouldn't have been selected to play for AmaZulu FC if he was not talented. Andile was playing on their development stage. He wouldn't have entered AmaZulu if he didn't have talent, if you look at the people who scout for people who play for AmaZulu, they only look for talent, said Shauwn Mkhize.