Absa Premiership

Celtic chairman: No more sale talks

2016-03-03 12:55
Bloemfontein Celtic (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bloemfontein Celtic chairman Max Tshabalala says that local bidders will get first preference to purchase the club.

According to KickOff, Tshabalala confirms that there are offers on the table but is in no rush to sell the club.

“We’ve got two offers, unfortunately they are from outside,” Tshabalala said.

“Some of them want to fly in today [Monday]. I may be angry, but at the end of the day I’m angry at certain people who are doing bad things.

“But not at the Mangaung community, not at the people who are following this team. Not even people who are following soccer and love it.

“I told them I can’t take outside offers, I didn’t wake up thinking I want to sell the team. I want to give the people of Mangaung the first preference.”

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