KRC Genk will resign the No. 16 pullover recently worn by Anele Ngcongca following the previous Bafana star's awkward demise.
Ngcongca, 33, was grievously killed in a fender bender on Monday morning when the vehicle he involved upset on the N2 road close to Mtunzini in KwaZulu-Natal.
Information on the previous South Africa worldwide's troublesome demise has since resounded across Belgium, where he had shown up for Jupiler Master Class side Genk, showing up for the club somewhere in the range of 2007 and 2015.
Ngcongca stayed a mainstream figure from his time at the Cristal Field, where he won the association title in 2011, and is presently set to be regarded after death after the club affirmed his previous shirt number would be resigned.
"Number 16 will never be worn again in our club," Genk's press and media director Dwindle Morren told Kickoff.com
The pullover is as of now worn by Belgium youth worldwide Elias Sierra, who additionally affirmed to this distribution that, out of appreciation for Ngcongca, he had surrendered the strip and picked to wear the No. 19 shirt all things considered.
"Truly, this is valid. Out of appreciation for him, the No. 16 will be resigned [and] on the grounds that I had this number this season, I will get another number which is No. 19."
Look through the exhibition underneath for certain pictures of Ngcongca all through his profession
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