[WATCH] Gabuza’s career suicide attempt

 

Orlando Pirates bagged three points after defeating Black Leopards by 2-1 in their Absa premiership match in Polokwane, last night.

Thamsanqa Gabuza was slated in the first half of the match. He has been going through a constant abuse from his club supporters, people meant to be supporting him through the good and bad.

Before the end of the match Gabuza went back to the pitch and recieved two yellow cards, one for taking off his jersey and the other one for leaving the field without referee’s consent.

After the match the Buccaneers’ coach Micho said players need to respect the jersey and fans as well.

“Unbelievable circumstances, we remained with 10 player, before that we had 4, 5, 6 open chances. Not easy to play for 60mins with a player less. Credit to Orlando Pirates players, respect the jersey, the supporters,” he said.

Micho said they had a very good game against very good team and he believe that they deserved to win after what happened.

Chad Klate said there’s no generally accepted way of handling abuse. Kids are killing themselves, some turn from the abused to the abusers, others spend a lifetime living with self-hate and hurt.

“Bottom line is abuse has no place in football or society, and there’s no two ways about it,” said Klate.

By Mndaba Lindelani

radiodut.co.za

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