Bafana Bafana

Zambia duo doubtful for SA game

2014-12-31 11:28
Bafana Bafana supporters celebrate a goal scored by the national team against Ivory Coast in Nelspruit. (Dirk Kotze, Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Striker Evans Kangwa and defender Emmanuel Mbola appear likely to miss out on Sunday's friendly match against Bafana Bafana.

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Kangwa and Mbola both represent Israeli club Hapoel Ra'anana, and are only set to arrive in South Africa on Saturday evening, casting doubt over their participation in this weekend's pre-AFCON 2015 warm-up game at the Orlando Stadium.

According to their agent, Nir Karin, the pair are involved in a league match against Maccabi Petah Tikva on Saturday, January 3, and will depart for Johannesburg after the game.

"They will fly out on Saturday night," Karin told the AfricanFootball website in a brief statement.

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