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Musona returns for Chiefs
22/11/2013 00:00:00
by Supersport
 
Injury boost ... Knowledge Musona
 
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KAISER Chiefs have been boosted by the return of striker Knowledge Musona ahead of Saturday's Telkom Knockout semi-final encounter against Platinum Stars.

The Zimbabwe international injured his shoulder in the Telkom Knockout quarter-final match against Free State Stars and was expected to be out of action at least until December.

Chiefs manager Stuart Baxter was only happy to confirm Musona's availability for the match.

"Knowledge (Musona) is fine," the Amakhosi mentor told reporters.

"He started training with the rest of the squad yesterday, and he is fully fit. So, he is available for Saturday's game."

He added that defender Tsepo Masilela will miss the clash against Dikwena as he is still suffering from groin trouble.

"Tsepo (Masilela) is probably out," he said. "He's not going to be fit for Saturday's game.






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