Former Warriors and Dynamos Goalkeeper George Chigova Passed Away
Former Warriors and Dynamos goalkeeper George Chigova, has tragically passed away after suffering a heart attack earlier this year.
A Promising Career
Chigova began his professional career at a young age, joining Gunners in 2010 before making a significant move to Dynamos in 2012 at the age of 22. During his time with Dynamos, he showcased his skills and contributed to the team’s success, winning the league title twice.
Venturing into South African Football
In 2014, George made his way to South Africa, signing with SuperSport United. Although his tenure with the club was brief, lasting only a year, he left a lasting impact. Following his departure, he joined Polokwane City in 2015, where he spent five years honing his talents and showcasing his goalkeeping prowess.
A Return to SuperSport United
In 2020, George returned to SuperSport United, marking his second stint with the South African side. Throughout his professional journey, he demonstrated determination and skill, leaving a mark on the clubs he represented.
A Tragic Loss
Tragically, Chigova’s life was cut short when he suffered a heart attack in July, forcing him out of action until his untimely passing. The football community mourns the loss of a talented goalkeeper who had much more to contribute to the sport.
A Legacy Remembered
George will be remembered for his dedication, passion, and achievements in the world of football. His skills between the goalposts and his contributions to the teams he played for will not be forgotten. The football fraternity extends their condolences to his family, friends, and fans during this difficult time.