Highlands Park co-director and minority shareholder Sinky Mnisi has responded to news that the club's sale to TS Galaxy has been approved by the PSL.
This website confirmed this morning that Tim Sukazi's purchase of the Gauteng franchise has been ratified by the Executive Committee of the National Soccer League.
Despite the statements from both clubs, Mnisi, who apparently owns a 20 percent stake in the club, remains unhappy with the decision after going the legal route in an attempt to seek closure.
Asked for a comment on the recent developments, the former Tembisa Classic official referred all questions to his attorney.
"No Sipho, I've got no comment. You can talk to my attorney, okay?" Mnisi responds to snl24.com/kickoff.
"You can talk to my legal team. I've got no comments man. Ja, because I don't know anything about what is happening.
"I think the people who can be able to give you guys comments are the people who are claiming there are things happening. Ask them. Not me. As for me, I've done nothing. It's them who are continuing with whatever they are continuing with.
"That's where the story is. The likes of Brad [Kaftel] and Sukazi... that's where the story is. As for me, I don't feature in the picture. Ask Brad, ask Tim Sukazi, ask the PSL what's happening."
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