AmaZulu defender, Larry Horaeb, could miss the team’s remaining games this year, as he is still trying to recover from a hamstring injury that has been troubling him.
The Namibian, who joined AmaZulu this season, has played six games so far for the KZN outfit under Craig Rosslee.
AmaZulu team manager, Japhet Zwane, told the Siya crew that Horaeb is still unavailable for competitive football.
“We will probably have him back when we return from the break. He is the only player in the team that is still struggling with injury at the moment. All the other players are fine,” said Zwane.
Usuthu have two games left this year against Golden Arrows in the KZN derby on December 14, and the big one against Kaizer Chiefs a week later.
In the meantime, AmaZulu’s medical team is working with Horaeb to try and get him ready for the rest of the season.