Amakhosi getting a boost when the season continues

After all the bad news about delayed games and players turning heads from the team, Amakhosi finally have some good news on their plate. Still, there is no football to look forward to yet and their title hopes will need to wait. However, the Chiefs got a boost to their title credentials.

As you may have noticed, Williard Katsande was saving them throughout the season. He played a vital role in their burst to the top of the PSL results log. The 34-year-old player was one of the most important instruments in ending their long trophy drought. Chiefs lost only of the 16 games when this midfielder was out on the field. Read more on soccer 10 today;

Williard Katsande will resume his play for Amakhosi after recovery

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande to leave Amakhosi? THE future of veteran Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande looks uncertain in Naturena if recent developments are anything to go by.

When Katsande sustained an injury, the things turned for worse. They lost three of the six games in the Premier Soccer League. The midfielder got injured while playing against Orlando Pirates. It was a big concern for Ernst Middendorp as he was already losing a bunch of players in their run for the title.

Many players were injured or suspended which put him in a difficult position to remake their game strategy. The good news is that Williard Katsande will be available once the competition continues. He almost made the full recovery of his knee injury. Williard won’t be in his full fitness but he should be available to play. It is only questionable how fit will he be. Will he perform his best and help the team as he did before the injury?

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The club is confident the season will be ended before the end of June. Nobody is still certain how will the situation develop. If the virus continues to spread rapidly, it might put a long pause on the season.

Williard Katsande is back in training to be ready when the season continues with its course.
He will hopefully be ready for the upcoming match when the crisis is over.