Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebogang Manyama is set to return to full training with Kaizer Chiefs as he is still recovering from a knee injury. Manyama who was the leading goalscorer for Kaizer Chiefs last season with 8 goals in all competitions was injured during Kaizer Chiefs' 3 - 0 demolishing in the hands of Egyptian giants Al Ahly in the final of the CAF Champions League final in Morocco.
According to Idiski times, Manyama has returned to full training at Kaizer Chiefs with only a week remaining before the return of domestic football. Manyama who has been out of action for more than two months now will be ready to go when called upon by coach Stuart Baxter.
For the last two weeks it has been reported that Manyama was training on his own on the sidelines. Manyama is not the only player that Kaizer Chiefs is missing, the likes of Siyabonga Ngezana, Dumisani Zuma and Ramahlwe Mphahlele have all been missing in action due to injuries.
The South African
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