Roan Striker Out For Six Months
Key Roan United striker Kameta Mutambo will be out for six months due to injury.
The giant striker broke his leg in Roan’s 2-2 home draw against Napsa Stars during a Faz Super Division Week 6 game played at Kafubu Stadium in Luanshya on Saturday.
Luanshya Mine Hospital Consultant Surgeon Christopher Simutowe said Mutambo who has been in hospital since Saturday will be discharged on Friday.
“He (Mutambo) will be out of play for almost six months,” Simutowe said.
“The bone takes about two months to heal. He has a fractured bone on the angle. He is doing well and hopefully he will be discharged on Friday this week. After being discharged he will go home on crutches, then he will start going for physiotherapy after a month.”
Mutambo has had a reasonably good start at his new club whom he joined from Power Dynamos this season scoring two goals in six games for Roan.
He previously played for Forest Rangers and Zanaco.