NAPSA defender Zulu recovers

Written by on April 10, 2019

NAPSA Stars central defender Keagan Zulu has fully recovered from a severe injury he suffered during his team’s 2-1 home win against ZESCO United in 2017.
NAPSA public relations officer Gwen Chipasula confirmed the development to Sun Sports that Zulu who had been out of action since 2017 after having a Ruptured Anterior Cruciate Ligament was treated in India last year in November and would resume playing soon
Chipasula said that the team physiotherapist Nimrod Musongwa confirmed that Zulu was now 75percent ready to returning to active soccer playing.
She said the player has been undergoing physiotherapy and that he was responding positively.
Chipasula further said the team physiotherapist said that what was remaining was to work on the player’s muscle strengthening, balance and coordination.
Meanwhile midfielders Collins Sikombe and Eric Yema have commenced light training after being out of action for three weeks and two weeks respectively.
Striker Bonwell Mwape who picked up a knee injury in training last week has been given eight days of total rest.

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