Mamkhize and Royal AM’s problems continue to mount!

For Mamkhize and her newly promoted team Royal AM, it never rains but pours. Since her ascension to the PSL with the purchase of Celtics, she has been dogged by issue after controversy.

Following Royal AM’s decision to challenge the FIFA-imposed transfer ban, it appears that the team has become even more in debt.

According to several sources, the squad is currently R29 million in debt. Here’s how it breaks down:

• Striker Samir Nurkovic is owed R12 million.

• A R10 million sum is still outstanding to Celtics for the club’s purchase.

• Sekhukhune United is owed R5 million.

• R2 million in legal expenses owing to PSL after they lost their case before the C-A-S.

After Leruma Thobejane and Richard Makhoba took charge from Sinky Mnisi, the club’s debt began to mount, alleging a lack of appropriate advice.

There have been a number of concerning choices coming out of the Royal AM camp recently, the most significant being that the squad managed to allow Tebogo Potsane go on a free transfer while facing a probable transfer ban.

Hopefully, she will learn from her mistakes and begin hiring the correct people for the job; otherwise, the ship will sink back to the bottom tier.

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