- Kaizer Chiefs coach will be relieved that a number of his players have returned to training ahead of a key clash against SuperSport in the semi finals of the MTN8
- Dumisani Zuma's return is a welcome development after the side drew blanks in the goalless draw against 10 men Maritzburg United
- The striker was on the score sheet when Amakhosi dispatched Free State Stars to earn a semi final berth
Kaizer Chiefs coach will heave a temporary sigh of relief after a number of key squad players have returned to training. The coach will be glad to see defender Teenage Hadebe return after his defence has badly let him down in recent matches. His concerns on the striking front will ease after Dumisani Zuma returned to training after he was out with a bout of flue in the last two games. The team played to a goalless draw and the coach whose team's defensive woes have been a topical issue will relish the prospect of fielding a fit Teenage Hadebe in central defence.
The coach will also be pleased to see the return of George Maluleka and Virgil Vries although they have only begun light training. In recent weeks the Chiefs gaffer labelled the PSL fixtures schedule as fit for robots. Thus, the return of players to widen his selection will be a welcome boost for the gaffer. One eye will be on the finalisation of the paperwork of Andriamirado 'Dax' Andrianarimanana who is training with the club but is yet to make his debut. With all the players almost fully fit and back into the fold the coach will have little if any excuses if results do not start coming his way.
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