Katsande Opens Up On Road Rage Incident
Former Kaizer Chiefs and current Sekhukhune midfielder Willard Katsande has opened up on the recent road rage incident, that left him bloodied.
The Sekhukhune United signing says he has been doing well in the past days despite the incident that he came across nearly end of August.
The Zimbabwean international was allegedly ambushed and assaulted while in his car in a road rage incident in Roodepoort last month.
Katsande played two of three games since he joined Babina Noko early in August after parting ways with Kaizer Chiefs but insists he won’t let the incident affect him
“I have been good. At the end of the day there is nothing you going to do to change whatever happened,” Katsande told iDiski Times.
“It has never affected me because obviously I’m 35 years old and I have been in the game for so long, so those are the petty things to say it can affect me.
“At some point if I can play while my sister is in the mortuary and what about this kind of incident, I don’t think it can.
“And by that time when my sister died, maybe I was 23 or 24, I should have been psychologically affected, but in this situation nothing affected me, it’s just one of those bad days in my life, but next day I had to move on.
“Now I think I’m just going through recoup from my knock, but other than that, very soon I will be back to play.”
However, ‘Salt and Vinegar’ as he is affectionately known, has also urged people to respect each other despite the challenges they come across on a daily basis.
“Even if you have life issues you don’t know what I am going through so respect the next human beings as you want to be respected so yeah,” he added.
“You can not go in a road and attack normal human being because you have your own stress, no.”
According to the City Press the accused, Jacobus Koekemoer, briefly appeared at the Randburg Magistrates Court last week on charges of common assault and malicious damage to property.
(Story by @MabasaC10.)