- South African businessman and lawyer, Tim Sukazi has finally secured a PSL team in Highlands Park
- Sukazi is also making Mbombela Stadium based in Mpumalanga the home of Highlands Park
- South African soccer fans took to Twitter to express how they felt about this new purchase and what it means for the PSL
South African lawyer and businessman, Tim Sukazi has finally secured a PSL team that being Highlands Park. He took shots at the goal in hopes of securing the Bloemfontein Celtic and Bidvest Wits teams earlier this year.
But couldn't hit the back of the net with either team. TS Galaxy's new head coach will be Dan Malesela with Mabhuti Khenyeza set to lead the MultiChoice Diski Challenge team. Under Sukazi's new regime, former Bidvest coach Ashley Makhanya, Esau Mtsweni and Thabo Nthethe are all set to take up positions.
Mbombela Stadium in Mpumalanga will be the new home to Sukazi's franchise. A tweet by @KickOffMagazine about the story has gone viral as South African soccer fans react to Sukazi's new purchase.
kickoff.com reported on a statement by Highlands Park that confirmed PSL approval as well.
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top replies to @KickOffMagazine's tweet.
"As a football fan from Mpumalanga im glad we've got a team back in the league but im not excited... I just feel it would mean more if the premier league status was earned through hard work, grit and determination... I feel sorry for the people of Thembisa who always filled up Makhulong."
"All Mpumalanga soccer fans let's gather here show appreciation for the great work Tim Sukazi has done."
In other PSL news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Pitso Mosimane who said that Chiefs: "Maluleka joined Sundowns to win trophies." Pitso Mosimane made some shady comments during an interview with The Road to La Decima Hyundai Head Offices recently.
The Mamelodi Sundowns coach claimed that former Kaizer Chiefs player, George Maluleka left Chiefs for Sundowns so he could win some trophies. His sharp dig at Kaizer Chiefs comes after the team lost the trophy to Mamelodi Sundowns a few weeks ago.
Chiefs, who are desperate to get a chance at holding a cup subsequently booted both their coach, Ernst Middendorp, and his assistant, Shaun Bartlett. Meanwhile, Pitso also mentioned that he did not steal Maluleka from his former team, asking how could he steal someone that was unwilling.
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