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Kaizer Chiefs to pay final respect to their skillful attacking player after he was killed

October 20, 2021, is a month and year the Maselesele family will fight to disregard. This comes after one of their own past Kaizer Chiefs stars, Lucky "Romario" Maselesele, was killed by an annoyed crowd who pounded him with squares and stones and later set a pack of Pitbulls on him. 


It is confirmed that the enraged residents of Alexandra Municipality in Gauteng charged the previous Bafana target player with using force. Maselesele, as of now, has a shop selling watches and shoes. It is declared that while his attackers were beating him, he found out some way to run away and they went to take dogs and they continued to assault him with blocks after they found him. 


According to his cousins, Lucky, who covered for his mother three weeks earlier, was still fairly weak. He was found in the early extensive Thursday morning by an eyewitness who called for help, but the police were unnecessarily late because Maselesele was pronounced dead on the scene. 


A spectator had the choice of showing the cops where the assailants were headed. Four men were caught and they all confessed to assaulting a man and setting canines on him. Lucky's aunt couldn't accept the news that her nephew was no more and couldn't accept the ruthlessness with which he was killed. His past accomplice and long-time buddy, Gavin Silango, cried as he reviewed how he had seen him during the day, not understanding that he would be seeing his sidekick for the last time. 


The 41-year-old Fortunate started his career with Kaizer Chiefs in 1998 and subsequently won the hearts of many fans. Many may remember him for the late winner he scored against the Orlando Privateers in the Vodacom challenge of the year 2000. All of his past associates and tutors, who joined Gordon Igesund and Specialist Khumalo, couldn't acknowledge the heartless way in which he was killed, considering the way that he was an especially unobtrusive man. 


The Kaizer Chiefs veteran, who was nicknamed "Romario" after the Brazilian legend, has left a legacy that will be reviewed never-endingly. May his soul rest in power.


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