Football is a short career for a reason as the many players don't make it past 40 in the professional ranks. It is import for players to make as much as they can at the height of their careers to be able to sustain themselves after retirement. Many aren't fortunate and there are other unforeseen things that can take place like injury or off the field issues.
In as many years we have had the privilege of having world class footballers who hail from Pietermaritzburg in Kwa Zulu Natal. We cannot begin to name a few without the inclusion of Bryce Moon, Sandile Ndlovu, Dumisani Zuma and Mbulelo Mabizela but in terms of career success the latter is just in a league of his own.
In the PSL era the province of Kwa Zulu Natal has produced some of best footballers who went to reach cult status in South Africa. We have had the opportunity to see the likes of Mbulelo Mabizela, Siyabonga Nomvethe, Siyabonga Sangweni, Sandile Ndlovu, Senzo Meyiwa and Bryce Moon coming out of the coastal province to make a name for themselves in South African football.
The death of an old person dying as a result of old age is always expected but the loss of a young person is least expected, especially when it is murder. We take a look at PSL who faced tragic murder charges. 1. Eric September Former Kaizer Chiefs player was arrested in 1997 for the murder of his wife Dikeledi Sebolai and the rape of another woman, spending 13 years in prison before he was released in 2010. He was initially sentenced to 27 years in prison, 15 years for the murder charge and 13 years for the
Football is a universal sport, many of us are united by the sport. It is always a sad story when the sport is brought to disrupt. We take a look at some PSL footballers who have had run-ins with the law. 1. Bryce Moon On 30 June 2009, Moon strucked and killed a 25 year old female pedestrian from Tembisa, Mavis Ncube, while driving in Sandton, Johannesburg. He sustained minor injuries and faced capable homicide charges. The charges were dropped in 2010 but later reinstated in 2011. He was found guilty of capable