Absa Premiership

FC Cape Town not looking to sell

2015-01-13 12:38
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Cape Town – FC Cape Town have released a statement confirming that they have rejected a R10m bid to sell the club.

According to the statement released, the NFD side is looking for a suitable partner who can assist Chairman and owner, Errol Dicks, with daily management.

“We can confirm that we have received numerous purchase requests for the FC Cape Town Franchise.

The FC Cape Town brand has a rich heritage of success within the professional ranks of SA Football. It is well documented that many players have used this Brand to elevate their careers both locally and more importantly internationally.

The Chairman confirmed that many offers were tabled. However due to the passion of changing lives, he will continue seeking a suitable partner who can assist him in the daily management of the club.

The FC Cape Town brand will continue to change people’s lives...”

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