Former Bloemfontein Celtic Chairman Max Tshabalala has been instructed to stay as far as possible from TTM issues.

The instructions came from TTM boss Masala Mulaudzi who was given a mandate by Celtic supporters.

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During a meeting with the ‘Siwelele’ fans on Thursday last week, Mulaudzi was told by the supporters he’d have to choose between them or Tshabalala.

Tshabalala is seen as a sworn enemy by the Celtic after he sold the DStv Premiership status to Royal AM in KwaZulu-Natal.

In an interview with the Free State Online Channel, Mulaudzi confirmed he had to make a U-turn after initially consulting Tshabalala on some issues regarding Celtic.

“Bra Max Tshabalala contributed to a certain extent, where he helped football to flourish in the province. Especially in Bloemfontein,” explained Mulaudzi.

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“But I think there are certain things that he didn’t do well or accordingly. Unfortunately, I can’t say much in that regard.

“I am from Limpopo and don’t know what has been happening in the backyards of Bloemfontein.


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