VERY SAD: It was confirmed that one of the Chief’s top players had passed away.

Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed the sad passing of Frank ‘Jingles’ Pereira at the age of 77.

Pereira, who was born in Madeira but moved to South Africa at an early age, is one of the legends of the seventies and eighties and began his professional career with Vaal United in 1963.

After that, he joined the Jewish Guild, Powerlines, Highlands Park, and the former Cape Town City. In 1979, he joined the Chiefs.

At the time, he was the most expensive player in South Africa after moving from Jewish Guild to Cape Town City.

‘Jingles’ was part of the Amakhosi team that won four trophies in 1981. In four years as a Chiefs player, he helped the club win 10 trophies, including a league title in 1979.

Frank “Jingles” Pereira, a former Amakhosi player, passed away on Sunday, September 3, at the age of 77. The news was shared by Kaizer Chiefs, who expressed their sadness.

From 1979 until 1983, Jingles played for the Chiefs, making a significant impact on the team’s success during that time.

On behalf of Chairman Dr. Kaizer Motaung, the Chiefs would like to take this opportunity to remember Jingles as a person and sports legend who represented the Club in an exemplary manner. The Club also extends its sincere condolences to Jingles’ family.”

We, ati Diski Times, would like to express our condolences to Pereira’s family, friends and the football fraternity as a whole.

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