New Club Owners Waiting On PSL Approval
Cape Town Club Has Agreed To Sell Status
The sale of Milano United has been agreed in principle, with the new owners of the club waiting on the approval of the sale from the PSL.
Milano becomes the second Mother City club to sell its NFD status after it was confirmed by the PSL earlier this month that FC Cape Town’s franchise changed its ownership to Ubuntu Cape Town Football Club.
It has been confirmed to the Siya crew that Milano has sold its second-tier status to Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila FC.
The team has been campaigning in the ABC Motsepe League in Limpopo. The change of ownership from Milano to TTM will be subject to the approval of the PSL’s Executive Committee.
Gauteng’s ABC Motsepe League side Baberwa FC has also been interested in concluding a deal with Milano.
The indication from sources close to TTM’s chairman, Masala Mulaudzi, the plans are for the club to relocate from Cape Town to be based in Limpopo.
Former Baroka FC coach, Sello Chokoe, has been roped in as TTM’s new head coach in preparation for the new season.