They call him uMsholozi and he is venerated unequivocally. Kaizer Chiefs' Dumisani Zuma has been spotted planning with the DStv Premiership beasts.
He's truly back. Kaizer Chiefs' Dumisani Zuma has returned from suspension over wiped out lead. The attacking midfielder was nearly kicked out of Naturena resulting to embarrassing the amazingly satisfied club the prior year.
As The South African uncovered last week, Zuma was sent away after he was caught by cops for relished driving November.
The midfielder was suspended by the club and set in a recuperation program after he was caught for relished driving November 2021.
"Zuma is back with the gathering. I saw him planning with the rest of the team on Monday. They have given him an assistance to highlight his capacity again." a source told Sowetan with respect to the Kaizer Chiefs star.
"He's really going through the recuperation collaboration. It seems like the club deducted a particular proportion of money from his remuneration as a fine.''
"To be sure, he [Zuma] is planning with the gathering again anyway I don't trust it's for me to comment further when Kaizer Chiefs have conveyed continually. I'm not at opportunity to give more nuances," his agent added.
So the suspension of Kaizer Chiefs' Zuma is by and by a relic of past times, his business needs to forge ahead. The return was attested by the club's online media show post on Sunday.
The first of two snaps sees Zuma having a visit break under the shade with Austin Thabani Dube and Kearyn Baccus.
The ensuing shot is the 26-year-old from Pietermaritzburg offering another visit to the club's child left-back Siphosakhe Ntiya-Ntiya.
Ntiya-Ntiya and Zuma. Picture by Kaizer Chiefs through Twitter.
Meanwhile, the Glamor Boys will return to action against Cape Town City in the DStv Premiership away.
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