Electric FC’s all-time greatest Footballer Fekade Muleta died


Electric Football Club all-time greatest players Fekadu Muleta passed away Monday after a short illness. Dubbed Ethiopian George Best after his contemporary world football genius and Manchester United legend, Fekadu is said one of the most talented dribblers ever in Ethiopian Football.
Fekade who played his entire career with Electric Football Club donning the famous Red stripes jersey, is the most popular Footballer of the 60 year-old club with three knockout championship trophies under his belt and being member of the 10th African Cup of nations squad.
Though considered by many Electric’s all-time greatest footballers, Fekade’s carrier as Coach was minimal never to go past assistant to legendary Coach Mengistu Worku then nearly a decade working on the club’s youth teams.
“An incredible balance of a tightrope walker, a boxer’s courage, prodigious ability in dribbling and an unshakeable belief in his abilities I have never encounter a player single handedly entertain fans to the limit like Fekade Muleta” the late national team legendary defender Tesfaye Seyoum (Wello) once told his admirers about the diminutive dribbler Fekade who once been Guest of Honor at North America Ethiopian Annual Sports festival. “Had he been a Saint George player undoubtedly he would have been treated a royalty at Ethiopian Football” remarked Dawit Belay.