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Ex-Chiefs Star Left Behind As The Rest Of The Marumo Gallants Team Face An Obstacle In Africa

Marumo Gallants are passed on to look with an impediment holding them up, as they have arrived in Equatorial Guinea with just 12 players, and no goalkeeper. To exacerbate the situation previous Kaizer Chiefs player Siphelele Ntshangase who might have added insight to the crew were abandoned in South Africa. 

The South African based Premier Soccer League club, Marumo Gallants arrived in Equatorial Guinea in front of their first-leg CAF Confederations Cup fundamental installation against Futuro Kings FC. Gallants begins their CAF Confederations Cup venture with their first match being away from home. Everything boils down to uplifting news that the South African club will address the country in the Confederations competition, however the club has a hindrance holding them up, and a difficulty to manage. 

Marumo Gallants arrived in the African country with just 12 players ready, yet to exacerbate the situation, they don't have a goalkeeper among the players who advanced abroad. Marumo Gallants goalkeeper Washington Arubi is relied upon to join different players in Equatorial Guinea as he didn't go with the players because of his call up by Zimbabwe, as he was essential for the crew who confronted Ethiopia. 

Arubi's essence is additionally in question that he would get together with the rest as it is accepted that the club didn't have any significant bearing for his Visa on schedule. This is an extraordinary worry for Marumo Gallants as they are addressing South Africa alongside Orlando Pirates in the CAF Confederations Cup. 

The match between Marumo Gallants and Futuro Kings are because of happen on Saturday, September 11. There isn't a lot to do with a crew of just 12 players and Marumo Gallants should consider something quick to get by in the CAF Confederations Cup. 

The group may be shy of players because of Visa related issues and new players like Siphelele Ntshangase who joined the club and not enlisted to play for the club in the mainland competition. A similar issue Kaizer Chiefs confronted when they couldn't let their players who's agreements terminated leave as they required them for the CAF Champions League last, as the new signings was not enlisted for the competition. 

Marumo Gallants should trust that they get a goalkeeper ready for the 12 players and perhaps a couple of more players to use alternative for injury purposes. 

May Marumo Gallants settle the issue they face and make South Africa glad in Equatorial Guinea.

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