In the last couple of weeks, Orlando Pirates hospital looks like a camp. They have a lot of injured players. It looks like every week they have more of them.
Luckily they don’t have any matches in the short future. Their first match is later this month against Stellenbosch FC on October 26. Pirates confirmed that they are hoping that three injured players will recover until this game.
Maybe we will then see better PSL results. Everyone expects that from them. But it looks like the result won’t come. Injured players could help a lot in the game. Only if they recover until the next game.
Information’s about injured players in camp
The Bucs medical team give an update about the latest injuries in the camp. This list is quite long, their hospital looks like another camp. In the medical team, they are hoping that three players will come back until the next game.
Ben Motshwari is out of the game in the last four weeks. He has Grade 2 stain in the knee, which he suffered in the Absa Premiership in the match against AmaZulu. Motshwari is nearing full recovery. But no one will force him, they don’t want that this injury comes back.
For now, he is doing well and is experiencing minimal discomfort on the injury. He will continue the rehabilitation, while they will continue to work on getting him back in full training.
Also, the club confirmed that the player Abel Mabaso is near to full recovery from the Grade 1 hamstring tear that he suffered two weeks ago. Fans still need to know him in this season, currently, he is training with biokinetics. Everyone is hoping he will be back in full training at the end of the week.
Meanwhile, Kabelo Dlamini was injured in the game against Cape Town City. Currently, he is on physiotherapy treatment. On Thursday he will be checked before he will be joining the rest of the team.
They have a lot of time until the next game for recovery. But will this help them with better results? That is a great question. For sure, Soccer10 will give you all the sports news about this team. But not only about them.