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Supersport United Dismisses "Imminent" Strive Masiyiwa Takeover Report

Supersport United Dismisses

DStv premiership club SuperSport United Football Club has dismissed reports claiming that Zimbabwean billionaire Strive Masiyiwa is set to buy the club.

A report emerged on Tuesday alleging that a deal for Masiyiwa to take over Matsatsantsa was “almost complete”.

However, SuperSport United refuted the report in a message that was sent to the players and staff. The club said:

SuperSport United has been made aware of the old repeated rumours and speculation regarding the potential sale of the club.

Please note that these rumours are completely untrue. As stated when these false rumours started in 2019, the club is not for sale.

The club is seeking legal advice on the publications or persons involved in continually issuing these false statements.

More: Soccer24

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10 Comments

dzvinyu 1 month ago

you want him to buy a foreign club and fail to buy one in his country of origin Sykes


bishu 1 month ago

Chelsea yakatengwa nemu Russian iye zvino mu American. unodao team ine zita ne performance ino vaka image yebrand rako.


Chawabvunza 1 month ago

Ngatenge (Madzinyu F.C) Dynamos😂😂😂😂🤣🤣
#NYIKA INOVAKWA NE VENE VAYO

youth 1 month ago

ungatenga dynamos unoyidiii...😴🤣🤣🤣🤣😹😹😹😹

Kosmas 1 month ago

Strive is very smart not to associate himself with such foolishness. Kwanai


Anonymous 1 month ago

In South Africa its profitable to own a football team unlike here in Zim, its actually out of love of the game unotoburitsa mari yako


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