Cape Town - AmaZulu
have been dealt a blow with the news that versatile midfielder Larry Horaeb
will miss the remainder of the Premiership campaign through injury.
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The 23-year-old Namibia international will play no further
part in Usuthu's season after suffering a broken leg in February.
The club had hopes he would be able to make a speedy
recovery and return to the fray before the end of the season, but that
possibility has now been ruled out by coach Steve Barker.
He said: "The only player who will not be available is
Horaeb and I guess we must just continue without him."
Horaeb was signed by former AmaZulu boss Craig Rosslee on a
three-year deal from Namibian side Ramblers FC in August, last year.
Meanwhile, Amaqhawe have confirmed that midfielder Tsepo
Liphoko is back in contention after recovering from injury.
Liphoko said: "I have fully recovered and I have been
training with the team. I am excited and relieved that my injury is now alright."