The South African spent two years at Elland Street within the 1990s
Phil Masinga, the previous Leeds United striker, has died on the age of 49, the Championship membership have showed.
The South African performed within the Premier League for Leeds for 2 years after becoming a member of from Mamelodi Sundowns in 1994.
“It’s with nice unhappiness that the membership has learnt of former striker Phil Masinga’s passing. The ideas of everybody at #LUFC are along with his friends and family,” the membership mentioned on Twitter.
Masinga was once signed for Leeds through then supervisor Howard Wilkinson concurrently his compatriot Lucas Radebe.
He left for Swiss aspect St Gallen in 2006 and went directly to play for Salernitana and Bari in Italy.
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He gained 58 caps for South Africa, serving to them win the African Countries Cup on house soil in 1996.
He additionally scored the decisive objective in opposition to Congo which sealed South Africa’s qualification for the 1998 International Cup, the primary time they’d certified for the match.
“Unhappy day for South African soccer. A faithful servant of the sport, off and on the sphere of play,” South African Soccer Affiliation president Dr Danny Jordaan mentioned in a commentary on Twitter.