Mnisi distanced himself from the negotiations that saw Letsoalo move to Sekhukhune, saying everything was handled by club owner Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize.
The Royal CEO, who also denied reports he has been suspended by AM, said there had been suggestions that he wanted a job at Sekhukhune.
“On the sale of Mr Letsoalo [there] was mention as if there was a R20m [offer for the player from Chiefs] and I sold him to Sekhukhune [for a much lower amount].
“Let me put this straight: I, Sinky Mnisi, not on behalf of Royal AM, would never, never at any given time put my [foot] at the doors of Sekhukhune.
“Even if they were to say all the clubs were finished, I would never work for Sekhukhune because they don’t have ethics and morals.
“Football is a different ball game, that’s why I, Sinky Mnisi, have been in football for a long time. I can walk the walk and I can talk the talk. I have never been in a disciplinary hearing at the PSL for any reason or whatsoever because I am disciplined.
“I’m not in football for any reason other than being passionate about football. For me it’s a calling.”