South Africa Sundowns president opens door for stars' departure - Ahram Online

Ahram OnlineSouth Africa Sundowns president opens door for stars' departureAhram OnlineSouth Africa's Mamelodi Sundowns President Patrice Motsepe has floated the possibility for the departure of his side's trio Keagan Dolly, Khama Billiat and Leonardo Castro, saying he would be willing to sell the trio if they receive lucrative offers ...and more »

Reports: Montpellier Package New Offer For Dolly - Soccer Laduma

Soccer LadumaReports: Montpellier Package New Offer For DollySoccer LadumaReports coming out of France have indicated that French Ligue 1 club, Montpellier have put together a new offer for the services of Mamelodi Sundowns' Keagan Dolly. Sundowns have since had a case ruled in their favour, after the club took Dolly and his ...and more »

Sundowns board suspected that one of their own accepted a bribe to alter Dolly's buyout clause - SowetanLIVE

SowetanLIVESundowns board suspected that one of their own accepted a bribe to alter Dolly's buyout clauseSowetanLIVEPatrice Motsepe revealed that the Mamelodi Sundowns board raised suspicions over the way midfielder Keagan Dolly's buyout clause was reduced from £1.5 million (R25 million) to €733‚ 000 (R10.5 million). Motsepe said on Monday the board suspected ...and more »

Sundowns' admin keeps getting caught off-side - Independent Online

Independent OnlineSundowns' admin keeps getting caught off-sideIndependent OnlineMamelodi Sundowns' president Patrice Motsepe spent close to two hours in Sandton on Monday with the intention of speaking about the club's plans for the next 10 years. But in those hours, he briefly spoke about that future (which includes ambitions of ...and more »

Dolly can go – Motsepe - Citizen

Dolly can go – MotsepeCitizenPatrice Motsepe, President of Mamelodi Sundowns during a Press Conference in Sandton. (Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix). Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe says he is ready and willing to let star player Keagan Dolly make his protracted ...and more »

Motsepe irked by Dolly dispute - Herald live

Herald liveMotsepe irked by Dolly disputeHerald liveMamelodi Sundowns' billionaire owner, Patrice Motsepe, says the dispute over a buyout clause in Keagan Dolly's contract irritated him so much that he would have been willing to sell the player for just R5 if the decision was entirely up to him. The ...and more »

Montpellier remain in the race for Keagan Dolly - Get French Football News

Montpellier remain in the race for Keagan DollyGet French Football NewsLigue 1 side Montpellier HSC remain in the race to sign Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Keagan Dolly, having tabled a €1.5m offer for the player. The player was understood to have an initial release clause of €733k, but the South African side claimed then ...and more »

EXCLUSIVE: Olympiacos & Montpellier table bids for Al Ahly target Keagan Dolly - King Fut

King FutEXCLUSIVE: Olympiacos & Montpellier table bids for Al Ahly target Keagan DollyKing FutGreek giants Olympiacos have been joined by French Ligue 1 club Montpellier in their race to sign Mamelodi Sundowns star Keagan Dolly. Dolly, 23, has been subject of interest for Al Ahly but it was previously revealed that the player has no interest in ...and more »

Sundowns prepared to let go of Dolly - eNCA

eNCASundowns prepared to let go of DollyeNCAKeagan Dolly of Mamelodi Sundowns during the Telkom Knockout Quarter Final match between Mamelodi Sundowns and Supersport United 05 November 2016 at Lucas Moripe Stadium. Photo: Sydney Mahlangu/ BackpagePix. JOHANNESBURG ...and more »

Sundowns prepared to let Dolly, Laffor leave - Citizen

Sundowns prepared to let Dolly, Laffor leaveCitizenSundowns president Patrice Motsepe says the club will let Keagan Dolly and Anthony Laffor leave if they receive the right offers. Dolly and Laffor are said to have attracted interest from overseas and local clubs. READ: No Chiefs pre-contract for ...and more »

Why Mamelodi Sundowns haven't sold Keagan Dolly to a European club yet - KickOff.com

KickOff.comWhy Mamelodi Sundowns haven't sold Keagan Dolly to a European club yetKickOff.comPatrice Motsepe has revealed a major reason why Mamelodi Sundowns have not entertained European offers for midfielder Keagan Dolly. Motsepe called a press conference today themed 'the next 10 years at Sundowns' to confirm coach Pitso Mosimane's ...and more »

Motsepe clarifies Dolly transfer saga - Sport24

Sport24Motsepe clarifies Dolly transfer sagaSport24Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns owner Patrice Motsepe says the club would never stand in the way of a player moving to Europe and if it were up to him, Keagan Dolly would be allowed to leave for free. Motsepe confirmed in a press conference that there ...and more »

Related Club News - KickOff.com

KickOff.comRelated Club NewsKickOff.comIf you need to catch up, here are the football stories that made the biggest headlines on KickOff.com today. Patrice Motsepe admits he would be willing to sell not only Keagan Dolly but also Khama Billiat and Leonardo Castro, provided interest in their ...and more »

''I would have been willing to sell Keagan Dolly for R5 if the decision was entirely up to me” — Patrice Motsepe - Times LIVE

Times LIVE''I would have been willing to sell Keagan Dolly for R5 if the decision was entirely up to me” — Patrice MotsepeTimes LIVEMamelodi Sundowns billionaire owner Patrice Motsepe says the dispute over a buyout clause in Keagan Dolly's contract irritated him so much that he would have been willing to sell the player for just R5 if the decision was entirely up to him.and more »

How Mamelodi Sundowns won PSL DRC Keagan Dolly contract dispute case - Patrice Motsepe - KickOff.com

KickOff.comHow Mamelodi Sundowns won PSL DRC Keagan Dolly contract dispute case - Patrice MotsepeKickOff.comPatrice Motsepe has explained in full detail how the PSL Dispute Resolution Chamber ruled in the Mamelodi Sundowns' favour in the Keagan Dolly contract dispute. The Sundowns chairman stressed that the media should be given the full findings of the DRC ...and more »

Motsepe: Dolly won't leave for less than R28m - Independent Online

Independent OnlineMotsepe: Dolly won't leave for less than R28mIndependent OnlineMamelodi Sundowns say midfielder Keagan Dolly will not be allowed to leave for less than his buyout clause. Photo: Toru Hanai/Reuters. Pretoria - Mamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe has come out to say that the club will not stand in the way of ...and more »

Montpellier reportedly increase offer for Sundowns' Dolly, while top English club also interested - Goal.com

Goal.comMontpellier reportedly increase offer for Sundowns' Dolly, while top English club also interestedGoal.comMamelodi Sundowns attacking midfielder Keagan Dolly was recently in the limelight at the Caf awards, making the African team of the year. On Thursday, reports in France revealed that Ligue 1 club, Montpellier made an increased, 1.5 million euro offer ...and more »

Downs keen to let Dolly go - SuperSport

SuperSportDowns keen to let Dolly goSuperSportMamelodi Sundowns president Patrice Motsepe said on Monday that the club would be willing to release star player Keagan Dolly should the right offer be presented. Motsepe was speaking at the club's first media conference for the year where he also ...and more »

Sundowns prepared to let Dolly, Laffor leave - Citizen

CitizenSundowns prepared to let Dolly, Laffor leaveCitizenSundowns president Patrice Motsepe says the club will let Keagan Dolly and Anthony Laffor leave if they receive the right offers. Dolly and Laffor are said to have attracted interest from overseas and local clubs. Dolly is linked with a move to Greek ...and more »

Mosimane is wrong, Dolly is ready for Europe, says Sundowns legend Feutmba - Goal.com

Goal.comMosimane is wrong, Dolly is ready for Europe, says Sundowns legend FeutmbaGoal.comLegendary Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Roger Feutmba says that Keagan Dolly should follow his heart and make the move to Europe, while it's still there for the taking as he has achieved everything with the club. “I think he has achieved everything at ...and more »