Goran Lenac, a goalkeeper who used to play in the top flight of the Montenegrin leagues, has been shot and killed during a training session with a friend.
The incident happened on Saturday evening at around 7:30 local time, with Lenac being fatally shot in the head while working on his fitness at the FK Bokelj training ground, as per Montenegrin publication, Skalaradio.com.
The 33-year-old was rushed to a hospital in Risan where it was later confirmed he had succumbed to his injuries and passed away.
While Lenac hadn’t been on the books of Montenegrin First League side FK Bokelj since 2015, the goalkeeper was using their training ground in order to stay in shape while he wasn’t playing.
According to those who knew Lenac, including fellow athletes and sports workers of Kotor, he was a well-liked.
They say he was a valuable member of the community who frequently paid out of his own pocket in order to fund the development of aspiring athletes.
As of Monday, the shooter is yet to be caught, despite police blocking off the city of Kotor on Saturday, taking all necessary measures in an attempt to catch Lenac’s assailant.
Culled from 90 Min
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