Sibongiseni Gumbi
Football Writer
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20 Apr 2020
11:56 am

Chiefs players will come out of lockdown in great shape – Motaung 

Sibongiseni Gumbi

Amakhosi have been using technology to train their players while in isolation because of the restrictive regulations imposed during the lockdown period.   

Kaizer Chiefs Chairman, Kaizer Motaung (Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix)

Kaizer Chiefs chairman Kaizer Motaung has reassured the club’s supporters they are doing everything to ensure their players are safe from the coronavirus and will be in great shape when they come out once the lockdown has ended.

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Amakhosi have been using technology to train their players while in isolation because of the restrictive regulations imposed on every citizen in the country during the lockdown period.   

Motaung revealed that the club’s medical team was also working around the clock and said they had done a good job so far. 

“At this point in time our medical department are dealing with that issue,” said Motaung, speaking at the joint media conference with Orlando Pirates chairman Irvin Khoza and MultiChoice CEO Dr Imtiaz Patel to announce their protective gear donation to health workers. 

“We are of course happy. The job they have done so far is good. We will do everything to ensure that when our players come out (of isolation) they are in good shape,” he added.   

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