Tributes have been pouring since Monday for the internationally recognised football player Anele Ngcongca who is the former Bafana Bafana player.
The 33 year old Sundowns player was involved in a car accident on the N2 freeway near the Mthunzini on Monday Morning on the KZN North Coast.
His Former club KRC Genk went to all the social media platforms to share their messages of condolences and also confirmed that they will retire jersey 16 that he used to wear when he played for the club.
They also confirmed that they will replace it with jersey 19 in respect of this player.
Meanwhile SAFA president, Dr Danny Jordaan and the Sundowns president, Patrice Motsepe sent their Condolences to the Ngcongca Family and friends. Jordaan stated that the lives of many football players have been claimed due to road accidents and this issue need to be dealt with.
He continued to explain how horrified he was when he heard about the accident.
Ngcongca spent nine years in Belgium Genk before he came back to play for Sundowns.
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