Disquiet over Rollers historic partnership

Despite launching a historic partnership with businessman, Jagdish Shah on Friday, some sections of Rollers' supporters are said to be unhappy with the timing of the event.

Although the members appreciated Shah's desire to partner with the club as confirmed by a resolution at a special meeting last year, they felt that some of the terms of reference have not been met.

The aggrieved members are said to have written a letter through their lawyers, Busang Sebonego Attorneys to Shah and copied to the club's chairman, David Mmui, the managing director of Township Holdings (Pty) Limited, Somerset Gobuiwang and the Registrar of Societies about their concerns.  They said they agreed at the meeting that a task force would be set up to oversee the formalisation of the partnership and privatisation of the club.

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