Absa Premiership

Faty is fighting fit

2015-02-06 14:28
Papy Faty (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Burundi international Papy Faty is expected to return to the fray when the Premiership season resumes next week.

Read: Langwe eyes seamless transition

Faty has not made an appearance for Bidvest Wits this term after being sidelined from football for a protracted period due to a knee injury.

However, there are strong indications he has recovered adequately from the injury and he is expected to make a tremendous impact when he does return to the squad.

Wits CEO Jose Ferreira told KickOff: "He (Faty) is now registered.

"He is training, and ready to play. The only worry is his match-fitness, but that will come with time," added Ferreira.

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