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By Richard Mbonani
Celtic rescue on track, says new investor
Free State-born businessman Lebo Mokoena has confirmed that he is on track to conclude a deal to save Bloemfontein Celtic from being sold.
The potential new shareholder has also defended Celtic owner Max Tshabalala after Tim Sukazi came out to claim he already has a signed agreement in place to buy the club’s status.
Mokoena, who is trying to save Celtic from moving to Mpumalanga, says reports going around about an agreement with the TS Galaxy chairman does not bother him.
“What is said on radio and different media platforms doesn’t stress me,” Mokoena confirmed to Flare FM news
“The club released the statement and they can’t lie to millions of Free State people, so that doesn’t stress me my brother.” he added
Mokoena reveals that his lawyers have met with the club and a deal should be concluded soon as both parties have agreed terms for him to come on board.
“We are getting there my brother, the lawyers have met,” he confirms.
“It’s really looking good. We are confident that soon we will make an announcement.” He said while talking telephonically to our reporter Rich Mbonani.
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