Bad News - Kaizer Chiefs two football face suspension!
However, there are good news again.
Njabulo Blom and Sibusiso Mabiliso have been suspended by the PSL and will not be available when Kaizer Chiefs take Maritzburg United on Sunday.
Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter confirmed that both of his stars are currently suspended and will miss the game against Maritzburg United.
"We've lost a few players, S'fiso Hlanti to injury, Njabulo Blom to suspension and Sibusiso Mabiliso". Baxter told Goal.com.
Baxter did not state the reasons for their suspension.
Blom and Mabiliso did not travel to Durban with the rest of the Kaizer Chiefs squad but could return soon. As it stands, both players are only set to miss Sundays DStv Premiership encounter against United.
There's more good news, Leonardo Castro could come off the bench to play for the first-time this season.
If he does, the famous 'CBD' [Castro, Billiat, and Dolly], will reunite at Chiefs - this is the famous Mamelodi Sundowns trio conquered Africa and the PSL with Pitso Mosimane in 2016.
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