In an unexpected twist since leaving the club at the conclusion of the previous season, Eric Mathoho has found himself in a precarious situation.
His once secure R4 million residence in Fourways now faces the imminent threat of repossession due to unpaid mortgage installments.
Eric Mathoho’s Property Predicament
The house in question was originally purchased from his former agent, Tim Sukazi. However, it appears that Mathoho neglected to complete the essential change of ownership formalities.
Consequently, he continued to make monthly payments to Sukazi, despite no longer being officially registered as the property’s owner.
This oversight has triggered financial complexities that have brought Mathoho perilously close to losing his home.
A Surprising Twist: Tim Sukazi Comes to Mathoho’s Rescue”
In an unexpected turn of events, Eric Mathoho’s former agent, Tim Sukazi, emerged as a lifeline in his time of need.
Sukazi stepped in to thwart the repossession of Mathoho’s Fourways residence by settling the overdue installments, sparing Mathoho from the distress and uncertainty of losing his home.
Navigating Uncertainty beyond Kaizer Chiefs
The property predicament is not the only challenge Mathoho has encountered since parting ways with the Chiefs.
As he adjusts to life outside the club that had been his home for over a decade, Mathoho seems to be grappling with a sense of uncertainty.
He currently finds himself in unfamiliar territory, with his sights set on a potential return to competitive football.