A bad tackle on AmaZulu’s Sbusiso Hadebe this past weekend might have cost the marauding left winger a chance to help his side on this weekend’s Telkom Knockout Challenge clash against Bidvest Wits on Saturday.
A limping Hadebe was forced to play on until the referees’ full optional time was finished after he was brought on the ground by a bad tackle from an Orlando Pirates defender.
The full extent of the midfielder’s injury will be known on Monday afternoon after a consultation with the doctor.
Team Physio Divan Augustyn also confirmed to AmaZulufc.net that Tsweu Mokoro could also be starting training this week if hisa hamstring strain has healed.
“Mokoro will start training this week as well as Deco. Those are the only two who are back,” said Augustyn.
Mokoro affirmed his slow recovering but said he won’t be rushed into the field yet as there is still minimum pain when sprinting.
Sthembiso Goodman Dlamini is upbeat about his possible return to action against the Students.
“I started full training towards last week towards with the team. I think if we keep working together and hard as team it will help us on the weekend,” said the midfielder who also popularly referred to as Deco.