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Willard Katsande almost beats up teammate for over-celebrating – Video



Willard Katsande almost beats up a teammate for over-celebrating – Video. Zimbabwe Warriors Skipper Willard Katsande, who plays for Kaizer Chiefs in South Africa lost his cool during an Absa Premiership match against Stellenbosch after he grabbed his teammate Siyabonga Ngezana by his lapels almost beating him up had it not been for the timely intervention of the other players.

Katsande, the Kaizer Chiefs’ industrious defensive midfielder was infuriated by the actions of Ngezana who got an unnecessary yellow card in the 11th minute for taking his jersey off to celebrate a brilliant set-piece. Football rules do not allow players to remove their soccer jerseys to celebrate goals as the behaviour is considered unsporting and warrants an automatic yellow card.

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Ngezana could have seen him sent off with a 3 match suspension and The no-nonsense Katsande having none of it. The latter was previously quoted in media reports justifying his mean demeanour, saying he works hard in midfield because he is an orphan and grew up in tough circumstances.

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