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Billiat passed fit, Musona in minor injury

[Posted 01 Jun 2012]
[By Beezsports Reporter]
Billiat passed fit, Musona in minor injury
The Zimbabwe national soccer team's medical doctor has passed Khama Billiat fit to face Guinea in a 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifier at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

Billiat had been  initially ruled out of the Guinea tie due to his knee injury suffered at his club Ajax Cape Town.

Nicholas Munyonga the Warriors medical doctor appears to have worked out some wonders on the 21-year old and he has been able to train for the past two days without complaining of any pain.

"We are quite happy with our health bill. Khama is up and running, and has been
training with the team for the past two days, and we are happy with his
condition.
 
“The best way to assess a player’s fitness is to see him when
playing and Khama has been training without a problem," Munyonga revealed late afternoon yesterday.

The Warriors medic further allayed fears over the fitness of another key Warriors midfielder Ovidy Karuru who suffered a shoulder injury earlier this week at training, and had been advised to take a rest.

“Karuru is also okay. In football you don’t have to worry more about the upper
body compared to the lower body injuries. His shoulder is fine.

“It was more
of a precautionary measure, just to give him rest to recover fully,” said
Munyonga

There was however a huge scare when Knowledge Musona had to be guided off the training pitch after colliding with Dynamos defender Patson Jaure.

While Munyonga may not be sure of the extent of the injury, he appears to be of the opinion that the injury is nothing to worry about.

“It’s always difficult to assess an injury when it is still fresh but I have
looked at it and it appears that it’s nothing very serious.
 
“We will
continue to monitor it but he should be able to train tomorrow (today),” said
Munyonga.



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