Absa Premiership

Abraw sidelined for 9 months

2016-06-27 13:29
Camaldine Abraw (Supplied)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that Camaldine Abraw will be sidelined for nine months through injury.

According to Amakhois's official Twitter account, the forward injured himself while on international duty.

"Injury Update: Camaldine Abraw is injured and will be out for 9 months," read the post.

The club made a host of announcements on Monday including new signings and John Paintsil joining Steve Komphela's technical team.

Among the new faces are Sibusiso Khumalo from SuperSport United and Ramahlwe Mphahlele from Mamelodi Sundowns.

Paintsil will replace Doctor Khumalo as assistant coach while '16 valve' is set to be redeployed.

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