FORMER Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Arthur Bartman has died.
Bartam also worked as goalkeeper coach at Maritzburg United.
He died on Tuesday.
The club tweeted that it 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,” said Maritzburg United in a tweet.
Bartman made his PSL debut in 1998/1999 for African Wanderers.
He played for Amakhosi in 2009 and several other teams including Bush Bucks, Moroka Swallows, SuperSport United, and Golden Arrows.
Rest In Peace, Arthur 🙏
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.#WeAreUnited pic.twitter.com/Sbtj9J6GJG
— Maritzburg United FC (@MaritzburgUtd) March 19, 2019
No maan, really? Arthur is no more? No words can describe my deep heartfelt condolences here, I know Arthur, I worked with him, we all know him & we all worked with him. Sad as it is, I will never forget the humanity & humility in him. He called me Roger Milla!
— Vina (@alfavina) March 20, 2019
Rest In Peace goal minder of note.U played your part in the game.
— Charlemagne (@Charlem63593195) March 20, 2019
– Daily Sun