Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed Ramahlwe Mphahlele and
Nkosingiphile Ngcobo are nearing a return to full training.
Mphahlele has been struggling with a groin injury while
Ngcobo has a troublesome Achilles problem.
Mphahlele have featured for Chiefs this season while Ngcobo
picked up the knock shortly after making his debut at the Soweto club last
Khama Billiat is another player suffering from a groin
injury although further updates were available on the Zimbabwean's fitness the
time of writing.
"Mphahlele has had another infiltration into the groin.
His pain is subsiding. The good news is that the fullback will start jogging
this week," a statement on the Chiefs website read.
"Ngcobo is another ray of hope coming through with the
news that the youngster has started training with the team albeit making no
contact yet. The young midfield dynamo is recovering from an Achilles injury
picked up last season."
Ernst Middendorp’s table-topping side returns to action on
14 September when they face Polokwane City in the Absa Premiership.