Supersport United Set For Billionaire Takeover?

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SuperSport United are purportedly set for a takeover drove by Zimbabwe extremely rich person Strive Masiyiwa subject to endorsement from the Premier Soccer League chief board of trustees.

SuperSport has for quite some time been mooted to be sold in the midst of the detailed monetary requirements at the club which has remarkably seen its plan of action change throughout the past ten years.

Since bringing home three continuous association championships somewhere in the range of 2007 and 2010, the club has just completed once inside the main eight since yet at the same time figured out how to win six homegrown cups.

Nonetheless, their plan of action has seen them change into a club creating promising ability and selling for benefit to homegrown opponents as of late.

A consortium drove by previous Bidvest Wits proprietor Jose Ferreira was connected to a possible takeover at the club however as per South African columnist Maskepe Matsebane, Masiyiwa is surrounding procuring the club in front of the 2022/23 season.

Matsebane added that the move could likewise see Matsatsansa CEO Stan Matthews move into a full-time position in a similar job for the PSL, a place that have been briefly held by Golden Arrows Chairlady Mato Madlala throughout recent years.

He added that the Zimbabweans will have no expectations of renaming the club should the takeover find lasting success however should the previous progressive system of Wits grab the arrangement right in front of him, there's a potential rebrand and movement on the cards.


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