Chairman Kaizer Motaung paid a sincere tribute to the Englishman. “I’m devastated to hear this. We kept in touch with his family through his ill health, but it is still a big shock to learn that he is gone.
“Jeff loved and lived football. I am deeply hurt. It is hard to accept, but what do you do when someone has earned his innings?
“On behalf of my family and the Kaizer Chiefs family, I wish to express my heartfelt condolences to his family and friends,” the chairman added.
“The football legend and friend is gone, but his legacy at Chiefs is cast in stone. Rest in peace the champ, Jeff.”
He added the BP Top Eight Cup, Ohlsson’s Challenge and the Charity Spectacular, justifying the chairman’s wisdom in appointing him.
“When I recruited Jeff, he was in