The target for Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns has had a strong start to the season. After missing the matches against AmaZulu FC and Swallows FC, there is some good news for Sipho Mbule. When Supersport United faced AmaZulu FC, it was clear that they were missing a vital player. This past weekend, Supersport United trounced Swallows FC 3 nil. They were a different team, as they appeared to have accepted the fact that they would be without Sipho Mbule for a long period. Supersport United, on the other hand, was not active in the transfer window. They have preserved the same lineup as the previous season.
The player has been declared out for two more weeks, according to Soccerladuma. The player suffered a shoulder injury while at home, according to information provided to Soccerladuma. Sipho Mbule has appeared in three games so far this season. He has one goal and one assist to his credit. This demonstrates that he is becoming a better player with each passing season. Do you think he'll help more than seven candidates this year? Please leave your answer in the comments section, share it, and like it.
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