Anele Ngcongca was tragically killed in a car accident at around 05h00 in early Monday morning. It was reported that his car crashed at the N2 febreeeze KwaZulu Natal. The fatal crash flung Anele Ngcongca out of the car and left him dead, his companion, a lady who he was driving along with sustained terminal injuries and is currently lieing at the hospital.
To honour him and also for how he helped the club win a league title in 2011, KRC Genk has confirmed Ngcongca's Former Jersey would be retired. During his time at the club, Ngcongca wore the no.16 jersey, now the jersey is being worn by a Belgian, Elias Sierra.
"No.16 will never be worn again in our club" Genk's press manager, Peter Morren said.
Current Jersey Bearer, Elias Sierra has acknowledged to leaving the Jersey and choosing a new jersey number. Yes, this is true, in order to honour him, the 16, will be retired and because I wore the number this season, I will get another number which is No.19.
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