Kaizer Chiefs should manage without the administrations of one of their vital participants against Maritzburg United after he was restricted by the PSL.
Njabulo Blom will miss Amakhosi's DStv Premiership experience against United on Sunday.
As indicated by iDiskiTimes, he will serve a one match suspension because of the gathering of yellow cards during this seasons PSL crusade. Blom has been an instrumental piece of Stuart Baxter's side.
The chiefs utility player is relied upon to be supplanted by either Anthony Akumu or Kearyn Baccus in the midfield.
Njabulo Ncgobo could likewise play in the midfield as Baxter hopes to execute his turn strategy. Blom will return on schedule for Amakhosi's conflict against Cape Town City on 4 December.
Chiefs take on Swallows on Sunday in Dobsonville with Amakhosi hoping to get back to winning ways after a baffling 1-1 draw against AmaZulu.
"I saw the Ghanaian reaction, however we approve of Ghana, no issue with the FA or their players. They our African siblings, a significant number of them are playing abroad and we admire them. We are playing a cat-and-mouse game and ideally we can get a replay.
"I think we were the better group all through the gathering stages so to go out like that hurt. Yet, that is the place where character is constructed and we really want to remain on track and continue to assemble."
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