- Kaizer Chiefs interim coach Arthur Zwane has confirmed that 10 players are unavailable for the final league game
- Kaizer Chiefs will welcome a relegation-threatened Swallows FC side to the FNB Stadium on Saturday at 3 pm
- Keagan Dolly, Sifiso Hlanti and Cole Alexander are among the names of players unavailable for the last game of the season
Kaizer Chiefs will finish their DStv Premiership season on Saturday but will do so without 10 of their players.
The Amakhosi will welcome a relegation-threatened Swallows FC side to the FNB Stadium at 3 pm.
Chiefs are still in with a shot of securing a CAF Champions League qualification spot but will be without 10 players either due to injury, illness or suspension.
The South African confirmed that Keagan Dolly will be out for a lengthy period after picking up a calf injury.
“Keagan Dolly has a calf injury as well, which he picked up on Wednesday. He’s going to be out for 6-8 weeks,” interim coach Arthur Zwane said.
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Today, the club held a media day at their Naturena Village where Zwane confirmed that Dolly was not the only play unavailable for the game.
Sifiso Hlanti, Lebogang Manyama, Leonardo Castro, Samir Nurković, Siyabonga Ngezana are recovering from injuries. Kgaogelo Sekgota, Nkosingiphile Ngcobo and Sabelo Radebe are recovering from illness.
Also out of action is Cole Alexander who has been suspended and Dumisani Zuma who was suspended by the club earlier this month.
Keagan Dolly ruled out of action with undisclosed injury, will miss Kaizer Chiefs final game this season
Kaizer Chiefs will go into their last game of the season against Swallows FC without one of their star players. Keagan Dolly won’t be available for the Amakhosi’s final match as they take on relegation-threatened Swallows on Saturday, 21 May.
KickOff reported that Keagan Dolly sustained an undisclosed injury before the past weekend’s game against Sekhukhune United. Kaizer Chiefs won that game by a slim 1-0 margin, Sports Brief earlier reported.
Dolly has been a standout player for the Amakhosi so far this season after signing from French side Montpellier. He’s made 28 appearances in all competitions, scoring 8 goals and creating 5 assists.