Former Kaizer Chiefs star Lucky Maselesele has purportedly died at 41 years old. Soccer Laduma gave an account of Friday that subtleties encompassing the Alexandra-conceived fan most loved's passing were not yet clear.
Maselesele, who played for AmaKhosi somewhere in the range of 1998 and 2004 having gotten through its childhood positions, was known for his spilling abilities and high work rate. He was covered once at global level.
Isaac Mabotsa, who played close by Maselesele, was devastated by the previous star's passing. In the wake of leaving Chiefs, Maselesele had an understudy vocation where he showed up for any semblance of Maritzburg United, Thanda Royal Zulu, Black Leopards, FC AK and Civics FC in Namibia.
His time in the KZN capital with Maritzburg saw the player restricted for a long time subsequent to testing positive for cocaine. Maselesele conceded that he made various exorbitant "botches" during his career‚ including turning into the principal Premier Soccer League player to test positive for cocaine during his playing days.
May his soul rest in peace!
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