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The Premier Soccer League releases funeral details for the Polokwane City players

Posted: 14 November 2012 Time: 13:17

The Premier Soccer League has released the funeral details of the four Polokwane City FC players who tragically lost their lives during a road accident this past Sunday.

All four players will be buried this weekend and the PSL says it will send a strong delegation to all the funerals.

The delegation includes the PSL Life President, Dr Leepile Taunyane, Prof Ronnie Schloss, acting CEO Cambridge Mokanyane, Dynamos chairman Pat Malabela, African Warriors chairman Jabu Khumalo, GM of Football Derek Blanckensee and Head of Stakeholder Relations Connie Motshumi amongst others.

The PSL, together with Polokwane City, will cover costs for all the funerals.

The funeral details are as follows:

1. Koketso Takalo:
Date: 17 November 2012, Saturday
Time: 07h00
Venue: House No: 102, Mohlakeng Street, Madiba Park, Seshego, Polokwane

2. Mojalefa Mphuti:
Date: 17 November 2012, Saturday
Time: 10h00
Venue: Deneysville, Refengkgotso Location, Reitz, Free State

3. Moeketsi Nthete:
Date: 17 November 2012, Saturday
Time: 08h00
Venue: 390 Lethlabile Block C, Brits

4. Silvester Mpaketsane:
Date: 18 November 2012, Sunday
Time: 07h00
Venue: Seelane Village, Next to Monyamane Primary School, Driekop, Burgersfort in Limpopo

Previous comments on this story...

posted: 01:27 pm
IvoryPark OrlandoPIrates Branch
posted: 01:30 pm
R.I.P Such a loss for our young gifted boys
Tico MP
posted: 01:37 pm
eish mara death! . . . . . .i hope ul neva find me. RIP guys.
posted: 01:45 pm
RIP guys you will be missed.
Sekitla R4
posted: 03:03 pm
Heartfelt condolences to all affected families and friends. May your God provide you with strength in these difficult moment you are faced with. As for PCFC you will be measured by how you pick yourselves up. Good Luck
posted: 03:18 pm
I blame the ANC led government, People do as like in this country, how many people are being raped and killed everyday, How many people are are being highjacked everyday, How many illegal immigrants does SA have who are selling drugs in this country,. I am not campaigning for any political party but stating the truth as it is. RIP
posted: 03:50 pm
Just the same as people talking politics on a football forum! That's doing as you please! We mourning our fallen soccer players here, there are political forums if people wanna talk such!
posted: 04:11 pm

Your comment is frivolous and unnecessary, people are dead wena you busy with your emotional and brainless talk! We should be mourning the loss of people wena you busy blaming the ANC on an accident that was caused by another being....

RIP Magenge you"ll be surely missed by your families, teamates, the whole football fratenity and the nation as a whole
posted: 04:48 pm
Robalang ka kgotso gents!!!
Nespray is a movie star look alike coach
posted: 05:38 pm
Koketso "Kaizer" Takalo...I last saw him play on the 7th of November, this past week...little did I know it was the last time I saw him. Kaizer was a marvel to watch, your typical Mark Mayambela...the diference b2n the 2 is that KK worked hard, he assisted in defence and was also able to spot passes.

Mojalefa Mphuti, MJ was also a marvel to watch...although he played more behind the strikers. he had a great future ahead of him

Moeketsi Nthete and Sylvester Mpaketsane...this two i cant remember or be able to see their images in my memory. they wre not 1st team playas and I started following Bay United AKA Polokwane City last season wen they wre fighting relegation and again in this new season. but for a mere fact that they made it to a first division team implies that they wre great

Rest in Peace ma-authi...most bloggers have already send their condolences and I will like to sum up mine wth this short poem:

You who once did arrive
Have now departed
And will be emfolded in the sole embrace
of kindness that this earth have ever given to you

may God shine his light during this darkest hours. To family, soccer friends, close friends and relatives...our prayers are with you. the best way to deal wth this loss is to avoid the blame game or the use of "IF" words. God is never wrong, it was time....and in diferent fashions we will depart

once in peace majents

let me conclude by singing one of our songs. Polokwane City, Umlilo...Mollo, angithi bathi, "bashiiiiiiiiiiiseeeeee mbaula, bashiiiiiiiise mbaula, bashiiiiiiise mbaula, bashiiiiiiiise mbaula". our voices shall echoe in your memories forever
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