The expression "Football can kill you " nearly turned into a reality today as its originator nearly had a brush with death. This as he was uninvolved during a MDC match against Chippa United on Sunday evening.
Baroka FC acquired the administrations of previous mentor Kgoloko Thobejane prior this year,Thobejane, who instituted the broadly utilized adage "football can kill you", was sacked by the club in 2018 after he supposedly drank working.
He is the renowned mentor who elevated Bakgaga to the first class in 2016, and he will presently be responsible for the club's Diski Challenge group.
Club administrator Khurushi Mphahlele at the time said that the mentor's acceptable record in creating top players was the explanation he has been permitted once more into the club.
During the match, the mentor dropped to the cold earth on his side, apparently in dismay of what he might have been finding in the pitch. He must be woken up his associate mentor, who brought him up on his knee. Baroka lost the game 0-1 to Chippa.
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