Katlego Mphela out injured

2014-09-02 08:51
Katlego Mphela (Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that Katlego Mphela will be out for two weeks following surgery.

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According KickOff, Amakhosi spokesperson Vina Maphosa revealed that Mphela’s surgery was successful.

“He had a successful operation on Friday. He cannot play for the next two weeks but we are happy that it is not as bad as we thought,” said Maphosa.

“I cannot say much about the actual nature of the injury but Katlego has been told to take it easy,” added Maphosa.

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Meanwhile, Kaizer Chiefs’ next PSL encounter is against the University of Pretoria on Saturday, September 13 at 15:00 after the FIFA international break.

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