Death has hit the football industry yet again, in as many months, another upcoming football administrator has sadly died. The local football scenes have lost a member of their own following the announcement of the passing away of a team owner from the bottom ranks. The tragic and sad news were reported by Farpost on Wednesday morning.
When we were growing up in the streets, referees used to be beaten up after the game when there are some dissatisfaction by other group, mostly by the loosing team. This behavior wasn't expected to be seen in the higher professional league such as ABC Motsepe league.
Passing has hit the football business again, in as various months, another impending football leader has sadly died. The local football scenes have lost a person from their own after the revelation of the perishing of a gathering owner from the base positions. The stunning and grim news were represented by Farpost on Wednesday morning.
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