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Kagiso Dikgacoi, says the late defender planned to go into coaching when he retired from playing.

The PSL organization is as yet in stun after the 33-year-old Mamelodi Sundowns full-back died in an auto collision on Monday morning. 


Ngcongca, who in his vocation additionally spoke to Belgian club KRC Genk and French side Troyes, was in Durban to join AmaZulu on credit when the mishap that ended his life happened. 


"Ya no, it's miserable, we were talking a week ago really," Dikgacoi tells KickOff.com. 


"We should get together a week ago, and we have been jabbering you know regarding what his desire are subsequent to playing in SA... he was disclosing to me how he had gotten an occasion to play in Belgium you know. 


"I think they called him to state, 'Look, on the off chance that you need to return there's a chance of instructing.' I think it was Genk or some group. I can't recall what it was." 


KSV Roeselare was the Belgian club that even declared the marking of Ngcongca a couple of months back, albeit nothing was affirmed on the nearby front. 


"Ya, we should get together a week ago yet it didn't occur, I think he left for Durban, since it was simply going to be a short, short gathering," Dikgacoi adds. 


"Be that as it may, ya, I'm disheartened by his passing. I can barely handle it. I played with him many, numerous games. He was a modest person, devoted, continually buckling down. I was disheartened by his passing."


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