Williams will be ready for the PSL next year
SuperSport United goalkeeper, Ronwen Williams, is set to be on the sidelines for at least seven weeks after having an operation on a facial injury, which he sustained against Bidvest Wits last week.
Williams had a head-on collision with United winger, Sameehg Doutie, and was immediately transported to the hospital with a cheek injury.
The goalkeeper has since undergone successful surgery and will be facing a lengthy recovery period.
It has been reported that he will be ready to continue in the ASBA Premier Soccer League (PSL) which is on break until February due to the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
SuperSport has ended the first-half of the PSL season well after they beat Chippa United 2-1 on Sunday, which leaves them 11th on the PSL log, just two points adrift of the top eight.
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