Cape Town - Moroka
Swallows captain Lefa Tsutsulupa has returned to full training after recovering
from an ankle injury.
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The Birds skipper last played in the side’s 2-1 win over
AmaZulu in August, where he was taken off after only 22 minutes.
Tsutsupula has previously spoken of his frustration watching
his side struggle from the sidelines, but now has reason to delight after
joining the rest of his team-mates last week.
“I started training on Friday, there’s still a bit of a
niggle though,” the 34-year-old told Football 411.
“I am going to push it and see if I can’t be fit enough to
be available for the match against Platinum Stars at the least.”
Swallows will host Dikwena in a league encounter at the
Dobsonville Stadium at the end of the month, but they first have to face in-form
Kaizer Chiefs on Wednesday, October 22.
Kick-off at 19:30.