WHEN reports that the Serbian striker Samir Nurkovich it’s on his way with Naturena true then he is already played his last match for Kaiser’s chiefs.

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This is because the 29-year-old has been excluded from the last two matches of Omahosi this season due to a knee injury.

Temporary coach Arthur Call confirmed this before the penultimate Glamor Boys match on Saturday.

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Kaiser’s chiefs were severely affected by injuries during the run-in before closing 2021/22 DStv Premiership season.

The Omahosi are still fighting for the possible CAF place next season, although their chances seem to decrease with each passing day, and things are no longer under their control.

Kaizer Chiefs is missing a number of key players

On the eve of Saturday, May 14, the second last match of the season away against Sekhukhune Unitedthe Glamor Boys will not have a number of key players, confirmed Bell.

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“In terms of preparation, so far so good. The boys look good, only the injuries we have are now killing our momentum in terms of combinations.

“Having lost (Phatutshedzo) Nange, who is disqualified, and (Kerin) Bakus due to a hip injury, we thought he would be available.

“We tried to achieve this, thinking he could pass a late fitness test, but unfortunately he was unable to do so and he will not be available for this game.

“Keegan Dolly also has a calf injury he picked up on Wednesday. It will be for 6-8 weeks. (Samir) Nurkovich will be released due to a knee injury.

“So all these injuries happened towards the end of training. Now we needed to restore other things and prepare the team for the combination game. “ Bell complained.

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Start at Ellis Park on Saturday 15:00.

Kaiser Chiefs will end his season next Saturday, May 21, at home against Swallows.

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Interim coach of Kaizer Chiefs Arthur Zvane. Photo: Twitter @KaizerChiefs

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