Absa Premiership

Manyisa recovery on track

2015-12-07 10:49
Oupa Manyisa has been a permanent feature in the Pirates line-up and has also played some Bafana Bafana games. PHOTO: Duif du Toit / Gallo Images

Cape Town - Orlando Pirates captain Oupa Manyisa is expected to return to training with his team-mates in January as he continues his recovery from an ankle ligament injury.

The playmaker spent the last three months in the infirmary and remains in a medical moon boot, although his recovery is seemingly on track.

The skipper has reportedly moved off his crutches, but a return to match action any sooner than February is not expected.

Manyisa's absence hit hardest in the CAF Confederation Cup final, where Pirates went down to Etoile du Sahel, 2-1 on aggregate, to miss out on a second continental crown.

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