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OPINION | Chiefs Players Still Mourn And Not Happy About The Death Of Maselesele...

Kaizer Chiefs fans were profoundly stunned final evening, when news arose that one of the club's most encouraging youths ever, had unfortunately died 

Resigned agile footed assaulting midfielder, Lucky Maselesele supposedly kicked the bucket on Friday, matured 41. 

Also, albeit the reason for his passing isn't yet known now, his previous Chiefs' colleague and companion, Isaac Mabotsa affirmed the news, yet wouldn't dig profound into insights about to Maselesele's demise. 

"I can affirm the miserable news, yet right now I demand that we be offered future time to terms with what has occurred. I'm at his home as I talk, however if it's not too much trouble, comprehend, I will not offer any further remark on the matter," said Mabotsa. 

The Gomora-conceived star who was elevated to the club's first group in quite a while an upset man during his prime. 

In a meeting with SowetanLive in 2020, a sorry Maselesele uncovered that he was really the primary South African player to test positive for Cocaine Drug, which he said was something deplorable for him. 

"I was the primary player to test positive for cocaine in SA and I'm not pleased to say that. Pay attention to my story‚ after the two-year cutback. I attempted to play everywhere‚ I attempted to resuscitate my career‚ now I had a shame," Maselesele related his story in 2020. 

Furthermore, one isn't sincerely endeavoring to recommend that Maselesele could have passed on from cocaine use as his utilization of the substance was ages ago and he had since shown that he quit such ruinous conduct. 

Bosses allies took to web-based media stage twitter to send their messages of sympathies to his family, many went the extent that relating a portion of their fondest recollections watching him in real life. 

Obviously a few, deplored the way that the midfielder couldn't endure longer at Chiefs because of a blend of rivalry for spots and terrible conduct.

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