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Former AmaZulu striker Archie 'Juluka' Radebe has died

Posted: 9 January 2015 Time: 09:19

Former AmaZulu striker Archie 'Juluka' Radebe has passed on at the age of 55.

Radebe, who also coached Manzini Wanderers in Swaziland, died of an illness at a hospital in Johannesburg on Wednesday.

He was a hit with Usuthu in the 80s, playing alongside Joel Faya, Neil Tovey, Owen Nzimande, Special Sithole and Julius Chirwa to name a few.

Archie's younger sister, Nomthandazo, confirmed her brother's death.

"He was passionate about football and a person who likes his church," she said.

KICK OFF passes on its condolences to the family and friends of Radebe.

Article by: Ernest Fakude
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