Absa Premiership

Khuzwayo returns to training

2015-09-17 18:29
Brilliant Khuzwayo (Supplied)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs confirmed that goalkeeper Brilliant Khuzwayo will return to full training after recovering from injury.

According to the club's website, The 25-year-old recently broke two bones in his hand and has been given the clear by Chiefs medical team.

“Brilliant Khuzwayo has been given the all clear by the medical team to resume full training,” says a visibly pleased Milner.

“The medical room is clearing up slowly but surely."

Meanwhile, Erick Mathoho is recovering well from the shoulder injury that he incurred during Bafana Bafana’s trip to Mauritania.

“Mathoho is under assessment and will be constantly monitored ahead of this weekend’s MTN8 final,” comments Milner.

As reported previously, the quartet of David Zulu, Daniel Cardoso, Simphiwe Mtsweni and Philani Cele remain on the injury list.

 

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