The Premier Soccer League yesterday condoled with the Ntini family and the country’s football family over the death of former PSL Coach, Gishon Ntini.
Ntini, who was 42, died after battling prostate cancer at Karanda Hospital in Mount Darwin.
In a statement, the PSL extended their condolences to the Ntini family and the football family.
“The Premier Soccer League (PSL) Chairman, Board of Governors and clubs mourn the untimely passing of former PSL Coach, Gishon Ntini.
We convey our heartfelt sympathies to the Ntini family and the football family in this difficult time of bereavement. Farewell Lion of Zimbabwean football. May his soul rest in peace,” the statement reads
The statement said that, “Ntini was a great man who was dedicated to producing talented players. His commitment and contributions to the development of local football will forever be cherished.
Ntini was coaching FC Satmos in Botswana at the time of his death. He once coached Caps United before joining Triangle FC.
He will be buried today at his rural homestead in Mhondoro Ngezi.
He is survived by his wife, Margret and three children, two girls and a boy.