Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs forward Lebogang
Manyama will be side-lined for up to six weeks with a fractured elbow he
sustained in a car accident on Tuesday.
The Bafana Bafana international was
fortunate to come away from the crash virtually unscathed, although he did
injure his elbow and will not be available until early December.
Meanwhile, Leonardo Castro and Andriamirado
Andrianarimanana are still recovering from their respective knocks.
Castro has an ankle concern whereas 'Dax'
is battling with a calf injury. In addition, Khama Billiat is to be assessed
after picking up a back injury while on international duty with Zimbabwe.
The good news for the Soweto giants is that Joseph Molangoane has moved into full rehabilitation and is off the crutches after breaking his leg in early
Chiefs physiotherapist David Milner told
the club's official website: "Lebo went through MRI scans yesterday and
that revealed a fractured elbow. He will accordingly be treated and be put
under a recovery plan.
"Both Castro and Dax are progressively
improving. Castro is recovering from an ankle injury, while Dax had a calf
strain. Khama has to be assessed for a back injury."
Amakhosi are next in action when they host
Black Leopards in a Telkom Knockout Round-of-16 tie at FNB Stadium on Sunday.