Former PSL striker Sandile Ndlovu has sent a strong warning to Royal AM as they get used to new competition in the DStv Premiership.
The KZN outfit has been dominating headlines since May on and off the field, with court cases that almost delayed the start of the 2021/22 PSL season.
The club then purchased the status of Bloemfontein Celtic which also created another challenge, with an extensive squad.
Ndlovu is of the opinion that the club should let go of players, and put others on loan.
"Royal AM should've trimmed their squad, they now playing in the DStv Premiership. This thing of having a big squad while you new in the topflight can be dangerous. Some players need to be loaned out especially those that were competing in the GladAfricaChampionship," Ndlovu told the Siya crew.
AK-47 forsees internal challenges if the club fails to sort out their squad and technical team, as the situation could breed instability.
"I suspect there will be divisions and if they don't make it right now, they will suffer because there are players and coaches coming from Celtic and those that were with the club in the GladAfrica Championship," he added.
"The clash of egos might end up creating problems if they don't address it. Things could be uncontrollable but we hope it won't get there because that would be the end of them, football is also a game of influences, good or bad."
Royal AM made a grand entrace for their first ever topflight clash last month...