Everyone thought they had seen it all.

They were terribly mistaken.

And that’s because one football player just confessed his role in this murder-for-hire scheme.

Dylan Duby, a 24-year-old former midfielder for the Belgian football club Rus Givry, turned himself in to police and confessed his role in a murder for hire scheme that led to the death of 54-year-old entrepreneur Frank Goes.

Sund Info reports:

Entrepreneur Frank Goes, 54, managing director of Entreprises Générale Goes and the late president of the Federation of General Construction Contractors (FEGC), was – as a reminder – stabbed to death in rue Honoré Longtin, in Jette, on Tuesday September 29, 2020, around 6.30 p.m., as he left the headquarters of his limited company and was about to return to his car.

Wednesday, November 18, 2020, thanks to the identification of the rental car that was used to commit the crime, the alleged perpetrator and one of his alleged accomplices, Dylan Duby and Ismaël D. – two residents of Liège [who are] 24 years old who are childhood friends – were then placed under arrest for the murder [of the] chief.

Duby named Youssef A., a business rival of Goes, as the individual that allegedly contracted him to kill Goes.

The two men were feuding over a business deal and the original plan was allegedly just to scare Goes.

Duby claimed Youssef A. allegedly paid him 10,000 Euros for the job.

For his part, Youssef A. denied involvement in Goes death.

This is not the first time a pro athlete’s been involved in a murder-for-hire case.

In 1999, Carolina Panthers wide receiver Rae Carruth was convicted of hiring a hit man to kill his pregnant girlfriend Cherica Adams after prosecutors claimed Adams refused Carruth’s demand to abort their unborn child.

Carruth spent 19 years in prison for his role – Adams told 911 that Carruth drove her vehicle in front of hers to block her car – and was released in 2018.

Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.