Mamelodi Sundowns protector Anele Ngconga has kicked the bucket in a fender bender on the N2 in KwaZulu-Natal, in the early long stretches of Monday morning. Sources state a female driver of the vehicle Ngcongca was in, has been hospitalized.
33-year-old Ngcongca, who finished paperwork for the Brazilians in 2016, had consented to be advanced to AmaZulu for a year, with the alternative of taking the action lasting next season.
Notwithstanding, AmaZulu had not yet authoritatively uncovered the player before his passing. The group was required to uncover Ngcongca this week.
The protector joined Sundowns after his get back from France's League 1 group, Troyes. His global vocation started in Belgium where he played for KRC Genk, the group with which he won the Pro League and the Belgian Cup.
With Sundowns, Ngcongca won three ABSA Premiership titles, CAF Super Cup, the Telkom Knockout and the Nedbank Cup.
He additionally procured 53 covers with Bafana, highlighting in the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations for the public group.
Recognitions have poured in for the late protector.
Anele Ngcongca has died in fender bender. #RIPAnele multiple times a Premiership Winner in SA Belgium League Winner CAF Super Cup Winner Over 50 covers for Bafana
The misfortune to South African Football is immense
To his family, companions @Masandawana My most profound Condolences pic.twitter.com/Yo6JZKUqAw
— Thomas Mlambo (@thomasmlambo) November 23, 2020
We're disheartened by the death of previous Sundowns safeguard Anele Ngcongca. Our sympathies are with his loved ones.
Tear Anele. pic.twitter.com/NISgbhJZlV
— Cape Town City FC (@CapeTownCityFC) November 23, 2020
Our most profound sympathies to the families, companions and football clique for the grievous loss of previous Bafana and Mamelodi Sundowns safeguard Anele Ngcongca. May his spirit find happiness in the hereafter 🕊#RIPAnele pic.twitter.com/HnozNvTBvN
— SuperSport United FC (@SuperSportFC) November 23, 2020
You spared us well Mfanakithi, hamba kahle 👋🏿😭😭
Anele Ngcongca pic.twitter.com/YzuHRDUFFK
— Nhlanhla Hlabisa (@matekihlabisa) November 23, 2020
May your spirit find happiness in the hereafter Anele Ngcongca … 🕊️ pic.twitter.com/Xc3ZVrIzhn.
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