The news that might just break the hearts of the Super Sport United Supporters is that their beloved attacker, Bradley Grobler is reportedly ruled out for the rest of the season as a result of having to undergo an injury. The 33 year old attacker has been one of the players that has been on the headlines to all of SA's sport publications, especially last season when he was crowned as a top goal scorer of the DStv Premiership.
Unfortunately for the player, the 2021/22 football season things fell apart for him as a result of injuries he sustained which forced him to spend most of his days on the emergency room.
After scoring a total of 16 goals last season, surely Bradley Grobler was determined and was willing to continue where he left of as he would have wanted to help his side to reach high heights in the League. The club's CEO Stan Matthews also confirmed the issues faced by his top player, however, in the meantime Super Sport United had to rely heavily on the services of Thamsanqa Gabuza since Grobler has been unavailable, and the club confirmed that he had been ruled out for the rest of the season.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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