Kaizer Chiefs have experienced one more blow in their lethargic beginning to the season as they should manage without the administrations of striker Samir Nurkovic for a very long time because of injury.
"Samir had a medical procedure last week. They tracked down a little tear in the ligament of the right knee. The specialist says he could be out between six to about two months," Chiefs' physiotherapist David Milner said in an assertion.
"They streamlined the ligament. Generally, the activity was a triumph, and he will be reconsidered by the specialist in seven days' time.
"We will have a more clear thought with respect to what is happening and plan the recuperation interaction. We accept the course of events furnished is one we can work with for the present."
The Soweto monsters have made a lethargic beginning to the season under Stuart Baxter. They have won only one out of their six association games to date and entered the worldwide break with only six focuses following their latest 1-1 draw with AmaZulu.
Chiefs are looking protectively frail and need capability before objective given that they have so far surrendered eight objectives while scoring four.
Nurkovic is apparently quite possibly the most deadly finishers in the Chief camp and this will be a significant hit to the group's arrangements for the coming games and mentor Baxter.
Bosses' next game will be a fascinating conflict with Chippa United next Saturday. The game will see the Amakhosi rejoin with Gavin Hunt interestingly since they terminated the four-time association winning mentor in May.
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