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Horrific auto accidents leave at Chiefs midfielder forces 19 – Citizens



He started with Meyiwa Chiefs in October, when he took part in a car accident last year.

A 19-year-old midfielder leaves the hospital and returns to Pietermaritzburg. It will receive more vigilance.

Bobby Motaung, CEO of football, affirmed that the midfielder was not in a wheelchair after the accident had continued to resume his career.

They do not know how it will work again.

Motaung said the club seems to want to get the player. Meyiwa coach Steve Komphela was promoted to the team's first group of Amakhosi's Multcohoice Diski Challenge team.

"It is a pity and it was not easy, we were expecting an end to speculation and a commitment to our supporters. Disability is something beyond anyone's control. We will speak in Basque now," said Motaung, Thursday afternoon, at Headquarters in the Headquarters of Nature. "We will do things step by step. We develop to provide a platform. It will still be with us."

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