Injuries to crucial players at crucial times have been one of the things that are costing Kaizer Chiefs Football Club and leading to poor performances on the field.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs Football Club Official Facebook page
The injury list at Naturena just keeps on getting longer by almost every match, and the game against Royal Andile Mpisane Football Club was no different, as the duo of Phathutshedzo Nange and Kgaogelo Sekgota suffered injuries and both couldn't finish the game, which was what ultimately cost Chiefs the match.
Source: Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club Official Facebook page
Even though the extent of Sekgota's injury is unknown, it is reported and believed that Nange has suffered a groin injury and will be out for 4 - 8 weeks as reported by Kaizer Chiefs News And Updates Facebook page.
Source: Kaizer Chiefs News And Updates Facebook page
Nange will be missed and Chiefs are very thin in the central middle fielder position.
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