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Alba Iulia
Monday, February 24, 2020

Bornwell Mwape in injury setback

Sports Bornwell Mwape in injury setback

Zambia striker Bornwell Mwape is expected to be out of action for most of April for his struggling South African PSL club Amazulu.

Amazulu have stated that they will be without Mwape and defender Roscoe Pietersen services for the next two weeks.

“The only players who are injured at the moment are Bornwell Mwape and Roscoe Pietersen. I think they will not be available from one to two weeks but our medical team is hands on with their rehabilitation,” club manager Japhet Zwane said on Amazulu’s website.

Mwape missed relegation batting Amazulu’s 2-0 midweek win over Polokwane City due to the same injury.

The striker has scored six goals in all competition for third from bottom Amazulu since joining them last June from Nchanga Rangers.

Mwape is part of Honour Janza’s provisional 26-member team for next months Cosafa Castle Cup to be held in South Africa.

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