Endless green love
Magumise told The Sunday Mail last Thursday.
“To be honest, I was pushed during the wild celebrations, but I can’t say it was intentional. Let’s call it a mishap. Moreover, I was sitting amongst the Caps United family, so they would never hurt me.”
Magumise had a tough time explaining a blood-stained shirt to his wife when he got home.
“Tests, scans and X-rays were done on the same day and the doctors said I was fine, so I was discharged. Caps United paid for everything.
“I actually got a kombi to Hatfield where I stay and on arriving my wife was shocked to see my shirt with blood. I explained what happened and since she doesn’t like football she reminded me of how she always dissuades me from going to football matches.
“However, when other fans like ZiSuper visited me she got to appreciate the love I was receiving, love which can be equated to what other people get from church mates,” he said.
Magumise, father to Juliet (12), Tabeth (6) and 11-month-old Paul Junior, dreams of recording a gospel album