Malawi national football team captain Limbani Mzava has been ruled out of action for up to three weeks after sustaining a foot injury in agame against Maritzburg United on March 4.
According to Kickoff, Mzava will be sidelined with a foot injury for up to three weeks.
His injury has dealt Golden Arrows a body blow as he has joined a long listof injured and sidelined players.
“Golden Arrows defender Mzava faces a further two to three weeks on the sidelines with a foot injury,” reports Kickoff.Com.
“Mzava, who has been one of Arrows standout players since joining from Mpumalanga Black Aces in the off season, sustained the blow in the team’s 1-0 league win over Kwa Zulu Natal rivals Martizburg United,” stated the report in part.
Mzava’s injury has sent coach Clinton Larsen panicking deploying captain Matome Mathiane at the back.
Other injured players include Mzava’s compatriot Chiukepo Msowoya, Danny Phiri, Kagisho Dikgacoi, Vuyani Ntanga, Lehlohonolo Nonyane and Nkanyiso Cele .
Mzava’s injury could also a big blow to Malawi national football team expected to participate in African Championship Cup and Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers starting in a month time.