Kaizer Chiefs Bigwig Jessica Motaung Blasts Agents Amid Njabulo Blom Contract Saga

Kaizer Chiefs Bigwig Jessica Motaung Blasts Agents Amid Njabulo Blom Contract Saga

  • The protracted contractual saga between Kaizer Chiefs and Njabulo Blom is testing the club's marketing director Jessica Motaung
  • The player and the club have been at an impasse for a ridiculous six months regarding an extension
  • Motaung aimed at his agent as well as other agents in the country involved in brinkmanship

Jessica Motaung has called on the country's football agents to show clubs some respect.

The Kaizer Chiefs marketing director was speaking in response to the increasingly aggravating contractual impasse between the club and the talented Njabulo Blom.

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Kaizer Chiefs' marketing guru Jessica Motaung is unhappy about Njabulo Blom's contract dispute. @KickOffMagazine @Soccer_Laduma.
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According to IOL, she said:

“We as Chiefs want to retain our players, we want to pay them well and to take care of them. But we also have to be realistic. There needs to be respect in the industry with all the role players. The agents must respect the team, the team must respect the player and the club must respect the agent, it's a whole ecosystem and we need to respect each other.”

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“There are agents in the ecosystem that are not respecting how the businesses must be run and just because they can railroad us and use the media doesn't mean they will win the game."

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Sports Brief observed the head of marketing Jessica Motaung say during a live appearance on SuperSport that she had been inspired by the senior national women's team's success to ensure that the Amakhosi, the most supported team in the country, had its own women's side.

Source: Sports Brief News