Kaizer Chiefs star player is back
If there is one thing that has affected Kaizer Chiefs Football Club negatively over the course of the season, it must be wounds.
Wounds to central participants at critical times have been the one thing the club has needed to manage throughout the season as players continued to pick up injuries when they showed structure or when the club relied on them. Itumeleng Khune, Daniel Akpeyi, Bruce Bvuma, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Siyabonga Ngezana, Lebogang Manyama, Leonardo Castro, Khama Billiat, and Dumisani Zuma have all suffered injuries during
Due to the upcoming start of the new alliance crusade, Chiefs fans were concerned that they would lose some of their key players, one of whom is the 26-year-old Dumisani Zuma. Msholozi was rumored to be on his way to Swallows Football Club, but that move is unlikely to materialize anytime soon.
Using the handle @reign gentleman, a man on Twitter uploaded a picture of Zuma with the message "Welcome back kid, we've missed you."
Chiefs fans were thrown into confusion when they discovered whether it suggested Zuma was back from injury for good.
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