Former Kaizer Chiefs captain Patrick Mabedi has had medals and trophies stolen from his home in Johannesburg.
FORMER KAIZER CHIEFS SKIPPER ROBBED
Patrick Mabedi, currently the Malawi international team interim coach, left his Johannesburg house in the care of his daughter while on duty with Tha Flames. The incident reportedly happened when Mabedi’s daughter visited Malawi. The 49-year-old former Amakhosi star has appealed to the public, via SoccerLaduma, to help law enforcement find the robbers and recover his special items.
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MABEDI APPEALS TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO HELP LAW ENFORCEMENT
“I am not fine. When my daughter was here in Malawi and her friend left the house, then people broke into my house (in Johannesburg) and stole household things including my trophies and medals that I had won as a player,” Mabedi told Soccer Laduma.
“So, if anyone saw someone selling trophies they must report it to the nearest police station.
“You know these are our treasured memories as players or athletes. It’s really sad that people can just break in and steal your valued items like that.
“So, please help me spread the message and help me recover these things. I appeal to everyone who come across the Abs Premiership trophies and medals to report that to the police.
“I will really appreciate that and any help I can get to have my trophies and medals back,” an emotional Mabedi told the Siya crew.
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