Local legend Magasu dies

Local legend Magasu dies

A dark cloud has hang around the Mashonalnd West football community as it was robbed of one of its stars.

The soccer fraternity in Chinhoyi has been robbed of a young and talented player whose untimely passing has left many shocked.

Lewis Kundai Magasu, 25, known in football circles as Magasu, died a mysterious death, and it is suspected witchcraft.

The league received the news that one of its own gallant, loyal, and committed sons had sadly passed away, and the cause of his death is still unknown.

The details are still sketchy but can only be confirmed by a postmortem in due time.

Magasu is said to have collapsed on Tuesday morning at his homestead in Mpata.

Local legend Magasu dies

The chairman of the Seven Heroes’ Soccer League said: “As the chairman of the league, I would like to pass my most sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Magasu family, to the whole footballing community, and to the world. Overall, I say we were robbed of a young prospect, a football beacon, and a promising player who played with much discipline, vigor, and determination.

“He always put maximum effort into his playing and was always a winner, as he yielded more success in the field of play.

 He was a striker of high magnitude who always received selection ahead of others; he had the stature to boast in any situation, the skill to torment opponents, the instincts to shoot, and really enjoyed his game.”

He added that it was a day of mourning, a day where a dark cloud hung over their league as they received such bad news. “Today, we are just unlucky to be mourners rather than joyous as a family. Lewis Kundai Magasu, affectionately known as Magasu in football circles, is currently committed to CUT FC in Division 2 and Gunners Social League Club in the Seven Heroes’ Nest. ” Now it’s all memories.

He continued in grief, saying, “But when God says yes, nobody can say no. We now cherish his good works, and we will pass them on to future generations so that his legacy lives on.” He expressed his words of comfort to friends, family, and relatives, saying that this is not the end because on resurrection day everyone will be brought back.

Patrons of the domestic league said they have lost a rare gem who always showed composure and made home games enjoyable with his skills and unmatched competitive spirit.

Players who used to train with Magasu and meet during soccer games described him as a kind-hearted player with an overwhelming love for the game and sportsmanship.

They expressed their gratitude for knowing and playing with the disciplined player, who is now deceased.

Lewis Magasu started playing football at a tender age and has many trophies. He guarded the Nemakonde Nahs under 20 for two consecutive seasons during his A level before joining Chinhoyi High School, where he won several models as the best goal scorer.

The news of his untimely passing left the city gloomy, with condolence messages pouring from all corners of the nation.

As evidenced by the large numbers of mourners at his homestead, he was a good player and neighbor on and off the pitch.

One of his neighbors, Boisan, said he was an adorable young man who lived an exemplary life and was kind-hearted.

Magasu was survived by his mother and two siblings, who were grieving and unable to comment as they were still in shock at the untimely passing of the soccer star.

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