Condolences pour in following former Chiefs keeper Arthur Bartman’s death

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Solly Makganoto

JOHANNESBURG – Condolences have continued to pour in after the passing of Former Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Arthur Bartman. His death was announced by Maritzburg United, a club he served for as a goalkeeper coach.

The team of Choice posted on their social media ” The club has learnt with sadness of the passing of former goalkeeper coach, Arthur Bartman.

Prayers and thoughts go out to the Bartman family during this time. You will always be a part of the Team of Choice.”

The 46-year-old passed away on Tuesday. He made his PSL debut in 1998/99 for African Wanderers. He played for Kaizer Chiefs in 1999/2000 and went back to Amakhosi in 2009. The left footed shot stopper then moved to Golden Arrows and Maritzburg before retiring in 2013/14 season.

Bartman was part of the Chiefs team that won back-to-back Telkom Knockout titles in 2009 and 2010 season.

He also played for Bush Bucks, Dynamos, Moroka Swallows, Supersport United and Bay United.

Maritzburg did not clarify circumstances regarding Bartman’s death.