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Patrice Motsepe no longer richest PSL club boss:watch top 5 richest Psl club boss

With a total assets of R108 billion, Rupert has just been recorded by Forbes Rich Rundown as the second wealthiest individual in South Africa behind Nicky Oppenheimer, with impact October 2019.

Rupert purchased Cape Town-based club Vasco Da Gama in 2016, renaming it as Stellenbosch FC the very year.

The club won programmed advancement to the Absa Prevalence toward the finish of the 2018/19 season.​

2. Patrice Motsepe – Mamelodi Sundowns

Patrice Motsepe and Pitso Mosimane flanked by José Ramón Alexanko at the club’s central command in Chloorkop.

With a revealed networth of near R30 billion as at October 2019, Motsepe purchased 51 percent of the club from the Tsichlas Family in 2003, preceding taking full possession in 2004.

The Brazilians have become the best South African club of late in Motsepe’s rule, catching a few class titles, just as surprising the landmass to win the 2016 CAF Champions Group and CAF Super Cup.

3. Irvin Khoza – Orlando Pirates

The ‘Iron Duke’ is said to have taken full responsibility for Marauders in 1991 in the wake of filling in as club secretary in 1980.

Privateers turned into the primary South African club to win the CAF Champions Class in 1995 (at that point the African Victors Cup).

4. Kaizer Motaung Snr – Kaizer Chiefs

Maybe one of the best, yet calmest club supervisors you will run over, ‘Chincha Guluva’ set up Amakhosi at simply the young age of 25 upon his get back from the Americas in 1970.

Named the ‘Cup Rulers’ of South African football, however their prize bureau has assembled more residue than genuine prizes in the previous four seasons, Motaung Snr supposedly offered 40% in the club’s stake to media gathering, Primedia, in 1999 for R40-million preceding recovering that 40% longer than 10 years after the fact.

He as of late turned 75, which corresponds with the club’s 50th commemoration, and is planning to restore the club to ‘Recovering the Magnificence’ as they presently sit on of the group standings.

5. John Comitis – Cape Town City

Cape Town City manager John Comitis with the Telkom Knockout prize they won in their presentation season m

Comitis is no more interesting to football circles having been in charge of Ajax Cape Town for near 15 years prior to splitting endlessly to frame the Blue and Gold Armed force, subsequent to buying the establishment privileges of now-outdated Mpumalanga Dark Experts F.C. in 2016.

His kid group have just won two prizes. They caught the Telkom Knockout in their introduction season prior to following that up with the MTN8 win a year ago.