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Rollers allay Louis’ injury fears

BOITUMELO KHUTSAFALO
The injury of Township Rollers striker, Jerome Louis during the 3-0 win over BMC on Sunday is not as serious as initially thought, an official said yesterday. Rollers team manager, Motshegetsi Mafa said the player who twisted his arm in the match and was pulled out and rushed to hospital after 25 minutes is back in training.

He said the X-ray scans show that there is no fracture on the affected wrist and the swelling, which is causing pain and is expected to heal in the coming days.

 Louis has been Rollers’ target man and is the current joint leading goal scorer with six goals together with BMC striker, Sageby Sandaka.

Meanwhile, Rollers captain, Sekhana Koko who has been missing in action because of an arm injury is nearing a comeback.

Koko has reportedly started to workout at the gym and is expected

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to start training with the team at the beginning of next month. Godfrey Ngele is also working his way to full fitness after missing almost the whole of last season because of a knee injury.

Rollers are preparing to take on Orapa United this weekend at the Serowe Sports Complex. The game was initially scheduled to take place at UB Stadium but has been moved because the facility is not available. Orapa United has just registered a famous victory over Mochudi Centre Chiefs on Sunday.

 



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