Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila has been sold
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC has been purchased for around R40m
A prominent Limpopo businessman has been unmasked as the new owner of Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, with the embattled club changing hands for a second time in less than a year following a tumultuous period in the DStv Premiership.
It was initially rumored that Lawrence Mulaudzi had paid around R50m to buy Bidvest Wits’ status last year, but has now been forced to sell amid a troubled past few months for the club, with players constantly going on strike over unpaid salaries. But even on their Glad Africa Championship days TTM was always surrounded with issues of players salaries and withholding their clearances
In their first year in the #DSTVPremisership the club has hit rock bottom; with news of players striking over salaries and in their game, their keeper used Bidvest Wits socks. During the unveiling of players, Shonga was seen wearing none fitting Sandals. Just last week there were reports players had been stranded at the airport in Durban.
Mulaudzi insisted that the club was not for sale: ‘I mean we have just bought this thing now’
Ditonkana Abram Sello, the Sekhukhune-born businessman who owns a team called Olezar in the ABC Motsepe League in Limpopo is the new owner. The was an offer from Dr Ntsoko made but it was not successful due to the main factor that he wanted to relocate the team to North West plus failing to raise enough money to conclude the deal.
The new owner of Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC (TTM) Abram Sello says he has plans for the club and one of those are to relocate the club from Thohoyandou to Polokwane.