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REVEALED! Why SuperSport United Suspended Kudawashe Mahachi

South Africa Premier Soccer League outfit SuperSport United have suspended forward Kudawashe Mahachi after he was charged by police on Friday.

Although the Pretoria-based outfit did not reveal why Mahachi was charged by the authorities, they did affirm that the player will remain suspended until the investigation and the legal process is concluded.

The news of Zimbabwe international suspension has come to shock to many as the club fell short from confirming why they had suspended the former Orlando Pirates star but it has now been reported by Harare.Com that the decision stems from the player abusing his four-year-old child.

“Mahachi is alleged to have scalded the minor with boiling water as punishment. These horrific injuries did not receive timely medical attention, resulting in the leg being amputated,” the online publication wrote.

“The minor is from Kuda Mahachi’s relationship with his ex-wife Maritha Ndlovu.

“Maritha alleged that the abuse happened in South Africa after the SuperSport United midfielder requested to see his son.”

In a statement published on Friday night, the club confirmed that they were aware of had been made aware of ‘serious’ allegations against the 28-year-old winger.

“SuperSport United FC has become aware of the serious allegations levelled against our player, Kudawashe Mahachi,” said the club.

“The club has suspended the player from all club football activities with immediate effect. He has been advised to attend to his family & the allegations against him.

“The matter is subject to judicial processes. The club will make no further comment at this time.”

Mahachi’s case opens a stage for his exit from SuperSport as in April ,the club indicated that they wont be renewing the player’s contract when it ends in June.

The winger joined SuperSport United from Orlando Pirates in 2019, but has failed to live up to expectations.




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