- South African defender Ntuthuko Radebe has died
- The 23-year-old died in a car accident in his home town
- He played for KAS Eupen before his untimely death
South African football has been hit with a severe blow following the untimely death of star defender Ntuthuko Radebe.
The 23-year-old tragically died in a car accident near his South African home, and his death has put the entire South African football fraternity in serious mourning.
Radebe joined KAS Eupen in 2012 as a youth player before breaking into the senior team.
He played for South Africa’s Under-17 side and was in line for selection for the Under-23 team at last year’s Olympics in Rio.
Radebe was a highly-rated player in his homeland but had to contend with a series of injuries that limited his game time.
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