Kaizer Chief’s Billiat will be out until next year

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - SEPTEMBER 22: Khama Billiat of Kaizer Chiefs during the Absa Premiership match between Kaizer Chiefs and AmaZulu FC at FNB Stadium on September 22, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Lee Warren/Gallo Images)
Cape Town – Kaizer Chiefs revealed that Khama Billiat has been ruled out until 2019. Ramahlwe Mphahlele and Erick Mathoho were also side-lined.
The team has it’s final fixture of 2018 when they go play against Elgeco Plus a team from Madagascar in the CAF  Confederations Cup First Round second leg tie this Saturday, at the Stade Municipal de Mahamasina in Antananarivo.
The match is seen a dead-rubber with the Glamour Boys defeating the minnows in the first leg by 3-0 last weekend.
With that said, there are a number of injury doubts which could affect the result on the day.
Dave Milner the team’s physiotherapist told the team’s official page that “Khama has a hip adductor muscle strain. He will be rested for two weeks to recover.
“Mario Booysen was another concern from the Elgeco match, but he has been cleared to fully train from Wednesday.
“George Maluleka has a hamstring muscle strain. He will be out for one week. Philani Zulu fractured a bone in his face. He had to have minor surgery and we are awaiting the report to inform us of the extent of the injury,” he continued.
“‘Tower’ (Mathoho) will be in plaster for another three weeks before he starts with his rehabilitation programme. ‘Rama’ has started rehabilitation on the knee and is doing very well.
“We hope to have Joseph Molangoane back in the next four to six weeks.”
Rynan Moon, the striker has recovered after an eye socket injury is fit to play this Saturday.

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