Kaizer Chiefs Striker Katlego Mphela needs surgery for broken foot
Kaizer Chiefs striker, Katlego Mphela will need surgery after breaking a bone in his foot, during his club’s match against Platinum Stars last Saturday.
According to the Soccer-Laduma, Mphela injured himself when he scored the third goal of the game for the Chiefs.
"Katlego 'Killer’ Mphela has broken his 5th bone in the foot and will need an operation to have it fixed," Kaizer Chiefs boss, Stuart Baxter said in a statement posted on the Chief’s website.
Siyabong Nkosi will also be out of the game against Platinum Stars tonight due a hip injury.
Kaizer Chiefs will face the Platinum Stars for the ABSA Premiership at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium tonight at 19h30.
“The preparations have gone well. It’s a short space between games to make a full assessment of your preparations. We are taking nothing for granted. For the fans, it will be another great night of football,” Baxter added.
Photo sourced from www.yworld.co.za
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