There’s some good news coming out of the Kaizer Chiefs camp regarding two players who have recently been sidelined by injuries.
Last week, ahead of their DStv Premiership clash against Chippa United at FNB Stadium, coach Stuart Baxter told the media that Dumisani Zuma and Kgaogelo Sekgota were still on the mend and would not be available for that fixture.
While their recovery apparently still has some way to go, the Siya crew understands the duo have started with some ball work, although the trip to SuperSport United on Sunday comes too soon for them to make an appearance.
Zuma hasn’t played for Chiefs since May following surgery on his knee, with the club confirming around that time that the attacker would only return in September – and Baxter last week revealed that the player was now jogging.
If you introduce Radebe,he will score and you will lie like that again,happy mashiane is far better than your lazy. At least unlike Middendorp and Hunt, Baxter is playing him in his original position. They have to prove that from training bhuti and without a doubt when the coach see their readiness he won't hesitate to field them.
Dolly yes good player good passes he's very dangerous player also I respect players like Khama blom nange frosler.Someone please tell chiefs still has a chance on the league or it's over.
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