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Lebese, Majoro boost for Chiefs



Kaizer Chiefs have received a major boost ahead of the trip to Free State for the Absa Premiership encounter against Bloemfontein Celtic on Sunday.

The club announced the return of duo, Lehlohonolo ‘Major’ Majoro and George ‘WhatsUp’ Lebese who had been sidelined due to injuries.

The pair have been missing in action for a few weeks, Majoro was out with an ankle injury while Lebese broke his collar bone in the game against Free State Stars.

“Both players are back in full training now. The technical team will monitor the players in training in order to evaluate their match readiness” team doctor, Dave Milner told the club website.



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