One Zambian ex-footballer died last weekend after being bitten by his own dogs. Philemon Mulala was attacked by the three animals he houses in his home South Africa. He was taken to the hospital by his wife, who found him injured and bleeding, and he was pronounced dead a short time later. The three dogs were placed in shelters by Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
An unusual death reported by several media outlets took place in South Africa. A former player in Zambia national team was violently attacked by his clean dogs. The tragedy happened at the weekend while he was alone in his home in South Africa. Philemon Mulala The 60-year-old was attacked for no apparent reason by his dogs, which bit him several times. His wife, who returned later, called 911. Unfortunately, Philemon Mulala did not recover and died of his injuries.
Philemon Mulala is a former national team player Zambian. His former teammates are mourning his death through a message from Football Association of Zambia (FAZ). “We are left with wonderful memories. The late Philemon honored us on the pitch.”said the Secretary General for FAZ, Adrian Kashala, at the South African newspaper Times Live. Philemon Mulala much of his career on cloak Town Spurs from Africa from the south after playing along Mufulira Wanderers in Zambia.