Absa Premiership

Mngoma targets January return

2014-12-30 10:09
Siyabonga Mngoma (Supplied)
Siyabonga Mngoma (Supplied)
Cape Town - AmaZulu goalkeeper Siyabonga Mngoma is hopeful of making his return from injury at the end of January as he looks to help save the club from relegation this season.

The shot stopper suffered a fractured arm earlier in the campaign but is closing in on a full recovery, and should be back in action by the time the Premiership resumes in February.

And, with Usuthu currently rock bottom of the standings, Mngoma is determined to come back stronger and help stave off the threat of relegation.

"I am hoping for a speedy recovery, hopefully towards the end of January I will be back on track," Mngoma told his club's official website.

"On the 17th of December I went for my operation and on the 5th of January I will be going to remove my plaster cast.

"I know that the club is not doing well at the moment but I want to help bring a better change in the club."

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