- Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi has commented on Kaizer Chiefs' latest additions, particularly Dillon Solomons
- Kaizer Chiefs unveiled Dillon Solomons as one of their new players yesterday along with four other signings
- Sinky Mnisi believes that there could be more to the story regarding Kaizer Chiefs signing Dillon Solomons
There could be trouble at Kaizer Chiefs if Sinky Mnisi is to be believed.
The Royal AM CEO dropped a bombshell which got many tongues wagging and many football fans curious.
Mnisi was a guest on Sports Night Amplified and chatting with host Andile Ncube when he alluded to the fact that there could be more to the story with Kaizer Chiefs’ latest signing.
Mnisi mentioned that there could be a story unfolding and that people needed to watch this space. He added that due process needed to be followed with regard to the matter.
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Solomons was unveiled yesterday by The Glamour Boys as one of six new five new signings, The South African reported.
Kaizer Chiefs are no strangers to controversial transfers. The Amakhosi have been guilty of approaching players illegally in the past and were previously handed a transfer ban by FIFA as well.
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Kaizer Chiefs continued with their busy transfer window as they unveiled five new stars yesterday.
The Soweto-based side raided fellow Sowetan team, Swallows FC, for three new players while also unveiling a former AmaZulu star and promoting a player from their reserve team.
As reported by Sowetan LIVE, the Amakhosi announced the signings of Dillan Solomons, Kamohelo Mahlatsi and Lehlogonolo Matlou from Swallows FC and confirmed the arrival of Siyethemba Sithebe from AmaZulu FC.
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Royal AM CEO trolls Kaizer Chiefs, warns them that Victor Letsoalo is a Rolls Royce not a Mazda 323
With transfer season coming to an end at the end of January, numerous Premier Soccer League (PSL) clubs are trying to conduct last-minute deals, Sports Brief earlier reported.
Royal AM and Bafana striker Victor Letsoalo is one of those players who has often been scouted by numerous clubs and Kaizer Chiefs have always expressed interest in the player.
Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi issued a hilarious warning to Kaizer Chiefs though saying that they would need to pay the asking price for the player if they wanted to sign him. Mnisi described Letsoalo as a Rolls Royce that wouldn't be sold for the price of a Mazda 323.
Source: Sports Brief News