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Kaizer Chiefs get massive injury boost

A key Kaizer Chiefs defender is back in action and set to waltz back into Molefi Ntseki’s life soon.

08-09-23 10:01
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Chiefs players in a huddle at Naturena. Photo: Twitter @KaizerChiefs

Mozambique defender Edmilson Dove is back and available, providing a massive boost to Kaizer Chiefs head coach Molefi Ntseki.


According to iDiski TimesEdmilson Dove is back from the groin injury he suffered during Amakhosi’s pre-season match against Young Africans in Tanzania. His return will give Molefi Ntseki a number of interesting options both in central defence and at left-back. Spiwe Msimango and Thatayaone Ditlhokwe have looked sturdy together in the centre but having a player of Dove’s experience and know-how back can only be a good thing. It will also give Sifiso Hlanti more competition at full-back. Dove is currently with the Mozambique National team, who face Benin on Saturday.

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In other news, we’ve reason to believe Knowledge Musona was earning massive cash in Belgium. Now skippering Al Riyadh in the Saudi Pro League after a successful stint with Al Tai, Knowledge Musona is believed to be earning R10 million annually, even in the twilight years of his career. According to the Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad, in 2020, Musona was earning around R18.85 million per year without bonuses. Musona, who was often deployed as an attacking midfielder for Al Tai, scored eight goals and provided nine assists in 29 Saudi Arabia Pro League appearances before earning another big move to Al Riyadh.

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Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Knowledge Musona has called time on his international career with Zimbabwe. Go well. Photo: Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix

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