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Cardoso Resumes Training

Free State Stars defender, Daniel Cardoso, revealed that he has resumed training, following his recovery from injury.

Cardoso watched from the sidelines as Ea Lla Koto struggled to get positive results in the first half of the season.

The Johannesburg-born player told the Siya crew that he is working on regaining his fitness to help the team.

“I’ve started training again, I’ve been cleared by the doctors. I went for a scan and the fracture is gone. Now it’s time for fitness then I’m back on the field playing again. I’m hoping that in a month or so I’ll be back playing. I’m going to push, I need to help my team out of this struggle,” said Cardoso.

The player’s return will be a huge boost for Stars as Themba Sithole and Kinnah Phiri face a mammoth task to take the side out of relegation zone in 16 games left in the 2013/14 season.


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