- Kaizer Chiefs have still earned a large sum of money despite not winning the Absa Premiership title
- Amakhosi took home around R12 million this past weekend as they finished second in the league
- Soccer fans took to social media to express how they felt about Mamelodi Sundowns' win and Chiefs coming in second
Despite finishing second in the league, Kaizer Chiefs still managed to bag R12 million. Amakhosi supporters took to social media to express their excitement. KickOff.com took to Twitter to post about the winnings Chiefs made.
Chiefs finished in the PSL with 57 points, just two points behind champions Mamelodi Sundowns. Sundowns managed to rake in R20,05 million. This is the biggest cheque as they won both the Telkom Knockout and Absa Premiership titles.
Moving back to Chiefs, even though fans are disappointed at the loss, they are still ecstatic that their team managed to walk away with a sum as big as R12 million.
Briefly.co.za took to Twitter to see what some South African soccer fans are saying under @kickoffmagazine's post. Many people were annoyed at the fact that Chiefs still managed to bag as much money as they did but others didn't care and shared memes instead.
"Sundowns have R30 million + from Telekom, CAF and ABSA premiership. We know you love your team but its no match to Sundowns."
"The world only remembers winners. Number 2 is an abbreviation for a loser!"
"Should be that way."
"The Arsenal of Mzansi. They only care about the moola, they don't care about their poor fans."
In other Amakhosi news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on the hashtag #PrayForKaizerCheifs to win the Absa Premiership trophy. This after Kaizer Chiefs were set to face off against Baroka on This past weekend. This match was crucial as the Mamelodi Sundowns also faced the Black Leopards.
A single goal separated the two teams and whoever played the best had a chance to take the trophy. Sundowns were victorious and managed to lift the trophy and take home a large sum of money in the process.
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