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Police incredibly affirmed before that Phungwayo had been denied bail in the wake of being captured for purportedly a progression of violations, including commandeering.
The 33-year-old's sibling, Aubrey affirmed the previous left-back has been denied bail as police are researching further to affirm his accessory's location.
As indicated by an eNCA report, Phungwayo was captured for house burglary that purportedly occurred in Lombardy East, a story his sibling denies.
"Fundamentally, they've tracked down two commandeered vehicles on his property in his terrace," Aubrey Phungwayo tells Kickoff.com
"There's a person he grew up with who requested to leave two vehicles at Boca's place as he claims a vehicle board beating shop. They've been doing this for a month at this point.
These are indeed bad news for this ex pirates player. Such news are very unusual.
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"So on the grounds that Boca isn't generally home, the door was opened physically, and these folks have their own key. They are accustomed to bringing vehicles there.
"So what occurred, I think these young men were pursued by police, they went there and left the vehicles and escaped. There were four of them, these young men.
"I think the person who is called David was gotten by police around a similar region, yet Boca was inside his home with his significant other and kid.
"At the point when the police thumped at his entryway, Boca went to explore, so clearly in case vehicles are in his yard it turns into his obligation. So that is the manner by which he got captured.
"With respect to, he isn't temporarily free from jail as they've denied him bail since they need to initially affirm the other person's place of residence as he is from Soshanguve. Boca doesn't realize that person.
"On Monday, he is returning to court, so reports of him neglecting to raise R1500 for bail isn't accurate. What I'm coming clean with you presently is," the senior Aubrey Phungwayo added.
This distribution comprehends that family companion and previous Baberwa FC and Gomora United manager Joe Seanego has likewise endeavored to post bail for Phungwayo.
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