Gamildien and Ndlovu moved to the KwaZulu-Natal side without any issues, but Solomons has been at the centre of controversy since moving to Chiefs.
“Swallows approached MaMkhize when they had financial difficulties. Their players were on strike and they needed money and they negotiated with MaMkhize and she told them that she needed three players.
“The contractual agreement to purchase the three players for R1.5m was prepared by an attorney, the Swallows boss David Mokgashoa and the president of Royal AM, and not Sinky Mnisi.
“I do not understand why I am accused of selling players and wanting to sink Royal AM,” said Mnisi at the press conference he organised to clear his name on Wednesday.
While at AM they had no problem with Solomons picking the team of his choice, Chiefs were supposed to negotiate for his services with Thwihli Thwahla.
“If you remember, I said the Solomons deal might have some problems and may require attorneys to have a look at.
“People started accusing me of selling Solomons — we bought Solomons with his contract. Now, nobody at Royal AM, neither the president nor myself, was refusing that Solomons can join Kaizer Chiefs.
“People are missing the point. What we were saying is that Swallows cannot sell Solomons to Kaizer Chiefs, he should be sold by Royal AM because he’s our player and it remains like that.