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Johnson Gives Chiefs Injury Update Ahead Of PSL Return

Kaizer Chiefs coach Cavin Johnson has given a squad update ahead of the DStv Premiership season resumption.

The league has been on break since the end of 2023, but is set to resume next week, with Chiefs set to host TS Galaxy at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on the 13th of February.

Chiefs, who are currently sixth on the table, made no new recruitments during the transfer window.

“We have our full compliment of players, with Edmilson Dove having started training on Monday after his return from Ivory Coast,” Johnson told the club’s media department.

“We have also had a few guys from our development structures with us so we could look at them during them and help them improve. We believe we are ready for the remaining 14 league games and Nedbank Cup matches.

“We will obviously take each match as it comes, so our preparation and focus at this point are on Tuesday’s match against TS Galaxy. We know they went overseas, where they played friendlies and have been working hard. They are not easy customers and we have to make sure we do well in the match.

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“We look forward to a good match and have to see how the guys who were out before the break are doing; that is Thatayaone Ditlhokwe and George Matlou.

“However, our motto is that whoever is selected must give it their all and ensure we secure the much-needed three points in our league matches.”

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