Amazulu player killed in car accident

2009-08-12 00:00

AMAZULU Football Club were hit by tragedy for the second time in a year yesterday with the news that right-back Jan Sillo had died in a car accident.

In September last year AmaZulu striker Siyabonga Mkhwanazi died of an unknown condition after passing out in the team’s clubhouse.

A statement on the team’s website yesterday read: “The club received the terrible news of Jan Sillo’s passing in the early hours of this morning through a report by the police to team manager James Dlamini. The details of ‘Lombo’s’ passing are still not clear, but it is believed he was rushing back to Durban from home town Botshabelo.” — Sports Reporter.

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