SIKHALI DIS­CHARGED FROM HOS­PI­TAL

Sunday Observer - - SPORT - BY SIBU­SISO MASILELA OCCER

S– Lo­cal foot­ball fans will be happy to hear that Mba­bane Swal­lows and Sih­langu striker Sa­belo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzin­isa has been dis­charged from hos­pi­tal.

The Mba­bane Swal­lows star has been hos­pi­talised at the Manzini Clinic since the Swazi Tele­com Char­ity Cup where he sus­tained a se­ri­ous head in­jury af­ter col­lid­ing with a Mba­bane High­landers player dur­ing the first semi-fi­nal.

The free scor­ing player fi­nally re­turned home on Thurs­day af­ter un­der­go­ing a cran­iotomy op­er­a­tion about three weeks ago.

Swal­lows team doc­tor Samke­liso Md­luli con­firmed the news when con­tacted yes- ter­day say­ing the player was mak­ing good progress.

“The player is out of hos­pi­tal and we are now mon­i­tor­ing the sit­u­a­tion at home. We are hop­ing for his speedy re­cov­ery,” Md­luli said.

Ef­forts to get Swal­lows Gen­eral Man­ager Sandile Zwane proved fu­tile af­ter his cell phone was un­avail­able on the MTN net­work when called sev­eral times yes­ter­day. Ndzin­isa also asked to be called at a later stage when called yes­ter­day. Worth not­ing is that the head in­jury suf­fered by the Nt­shanini born star can be likened to that suf­fered by now English Premiership

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