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Not Again| Kaizer Chiefs Suffers Another ‘Huge Blow’ From CAF

Kaizer Chiefs' fantasy about completing second and getting back to CAF Champions League football next season has experienced a tremendous blow.

What's more, that is on the grounds that charm Keagan Dolly has been controlled down and out for six to about two months with injury, in-between time mentor Arthur Zwane affirmed.


Zwane said Dolly experienced a calf injury as the group was getting ready for Sekhukhune United last week, and the clinical group precluded him for the season.


This means Dolly will again miss Saturday's pivotal experience and Chiefs' last match of the time against Swallows FC having missed the Sekhukhune conflict last end of the week.


Cart has conveyed Chiefs this season close by Khama Billiat as they have contributed tremendously concerning objectives and helps.


With eight objectives and five helps to his name, Dolly would have been key against Swallows - particularly now when Chiefs need to succeed no matter what.


Bosses need to beat Swallows by two clear objectives and trust Cape Town City lose to Stellenbosch in the Cape Derby around the same time to 'briefly' possess that subsequent spot.


It would be brief since Royal AM, who are on 46 focuses, still have a game close by which they will play against Orlando Pirates on 29 May.

https://www.thesouthafrican.com/sport/soccer/psl-south-africa/kaizer-chiefs-caf-champions-league-dream-huge-blow-keagan-dolly-calf-injury-six-eight-weeks-out-breaking/

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