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Letsoalo, Chiefs Saga Clarified By Mnisi

Letsoalo, Chiefs Saga Clarified By Mnisi

Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi has clarified the saga around Kaizer Chiefs’ interest in Victor Letsoalo and his involvement in the sale to Sekhukhune United. Letsoalo, 29, joined Babina Noko in a deal worth just R3 million. Many were left wondering about the relatively low fee after Chiefs were reportedly quoted around R20 million for their first approach in January. At the time, Royal AM chairman Sinky Mnisi insisted that Chiefs need to pay up if they really wanted the striker. However, he now came out and stated Royal AM never asked for R20 million...
Letsoalo, Chiefs Saga Clarified By Mnisi

Royal AM Confirm Letsoalo Sale, Open Up On Chiefs

Royal AM have confirmed the transfer of Victor Letsoalo to Sekhukhune United and set the record straight about the Kaizer Chiefs pursuit of the Bafana Bafana striker. Letsoalo, 29, sealed a move to Babina Noko on Wednesday, with iDiski Times gathering they forked out R3-million to land his services despite interest from Chiefs and Orlando Pirates. Amakhosi head coach Arthur Zwane previously admitted that Letsoalo is the type of player who could contribute to the club but suggested he was out of their reach. Insiders within the club then stated they...
What Mnisi Said About Letsoalo-Chiefs Talks

What Mnisi Said About Letsoalo-Chiefs Talks

After Victor Letsoalo signed for Sekhukhune United in a surprise move, many fans were wondering about the relatively low fee after Kaizer Chiefs were told he costs R20 million. Letsoalo, 29, joined Babina Noko in a deal worth just R3 million, as reported by iDiski Times on Wednesday. Many were left wondering about the relatively low fee after Chiefs were reportedly quoted around R20 million for their first approach in January. At the time, Royal AM chairman Sinky Mnisi insisted that Chiefs need to pay up if they really wanted the striker. Get...
Done Deal: Letsoalo Seals R3m Switch

Done Deal: Letsoalo Seals R3m Switch

Bafana Bafana striker Victor Letsoalo has sealed a surprise move from Royal AM to Sekhukhune United in a deal worth around R3-million, iDiski Times has learnt. Letsoalo was strongly linked with a move to Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, with the former being quoted at around R20-million for their first approach in January. While the player and Chiefs were left equally dejected by the price tag, Arthur Zwane hinted that the deal was not possible nearing the end of the season over the demands. Get unlimited, fast 5G home wifi. Delivered to you fast...
Zondo Breaks Silence On Letsoalo Rumours

Zondo Breaks Silence On Letsoalo Rumours

New Royal AM coach Khabo Zondo has broken his silence rumours on linking striker Victor Letsoalo with an exit from the club. Letsoalo, 29, netted 14 goals in 26 DStv Premiership appearances last season, helping Thwihli Thwahla to finish in third place and book their ticket for CAF football. However, he has been linked with a move away from the club, with Orlando Pirates said to be interested, while Kaizer Chiefs were understood also saying up signing him. Royal AM, though, slapped an initial R20 million asking prize on their striker, which has put off...
Zwane Reveals Chiefs Stance On Du Preez and Letsoalo

Zwane Reveals Chiefs Stance On Du Preez and Letsoalo

New Kaizer Chiefs head coach Arthur Zwane has revealed the club’s stance on Victor Letsoalo and Ashely Du Preez, who are heavily linked with a move to Naturena.   ‘10111’ was unveiled as new Amakhosi head coach on Thursday, with the club promoting a coach from within their own ranks for a first time into the permanent role. Zwane, who will work with Dillon Sheppard as his assistant, confirmed on Thursday that he will sit down with the technical team to discuss signings, exits and staff additions. Letsoalo and Du Preez are understood to be on the club’s...
Mam’Mkhize Slaps R20m Price-Tag On Chiefs Target Letsoalo

Mam’Mkhize Slaps R20m Price-Tag On Chiefs Target Letsoalo

Royal AM has stood firm by slapping a R20-million price tag on Kaizer Chiefs target Victor Letsoalo with owner Shauwn Mkhize stating she’s ‘not here to sell players’. Chiefs have not hidden their desire to land the 29-year-old Bafana Bafana striker and made an official move for him in the January transfer window which prompted CEO Sinky Mnisi to hit back at their pursuit by stating Victor is a ‘Rolls Royce’ while Chiefs are bidding for the value of a ‘Mazda 323’. Interim coach Arthur Zwane confirmed after their...
Khanye Names His Player Of The Season Nominees

Khanye Names His Player Of The Season Nominees

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Junior Khanye has revealed which three players he would pick as his three nominees for the Player of the Season.   The iDiskiTV analyst, who recently launched his book ‘Ghetto Ninja’, believes three Mamelodi Sundowns stars should be rewarded for their fine form this season. The Premier Soccer league confirmed on Wednesday that they would release the nominees for the different PSL awards will be released on Thursday. Khanye, has been a vocal of Andile Jali, previously discussed the topic on iDiskiTV and it is no surprise...
What Mnisi Said About Letsoalo-Chiefs Talks

Mnisi Opens Up On Letsoalo Talks With Chiefs

Royal AM CEO Sinky Mnisi has opened up about Kaizer Chiefs interest in striker Victor Letsoalo but not willing to pay the fee Thwihli Thwahla requested for the player. Mnisi believes Letsoalo is the top striker in South Africa behind Peter Shalulile, having scored 14 goals this season. He explained how Chiefs approached his club for Letsoalo without being willing to meet Royal AM’s asking prize. “There are journalists who support certain teams so they always punt for their teams,” Mnisi told iDiski Times journalist Sinethemba Makonco on...
Broos: Letsoalo Will Be Back In June

Broos: Letsoalo Will Be Back In June

Bafana Bafana head coach Hugo Broos has offered Royal AM star Victor Lestoalo hope after his exclusion from the 23-man squad set to face France and Guinea. The 28-year-old is the highest-scoring South African in the top-flight this season with 11 goals in 18 games but was surprisingly dropped from the final selection heading to Europe this month. Baroka target-man Evidence Makgopa has scored two in 19 games but at the age of 21, he’s touted as the future of the national team, while Fagrie Lakay, Lyle Foster, Percy Tau and Bongokuhle Hlongwane who...