Big Bullets red-hot forward Gabadinho Mhango has said there is steady improvement on his ankle injury he picked while on national duty against Namibia in a 2014 World Cup qualifier recently.
The gifted forward on Sunday expressed optimism to get back on his feet in the next two weeks.
“I have made steady progress and, hopefully in the next two weeks, I should get back on my feet,” said the 21-year-old star.
The injury led to the indefinite suspension of the trials he is supposed to undergo with South African glamour boys Kaizer Chiefs that were arranged by Flames caretaker assistant coach Patrick Mabedi.
Mabedi said apart from the injury, he needed to finalise other logistics with the concerned parties such as the player’s club Big Bullets and his parents.
“The arrangement is that the boy is supposed to go there purely for assessment, but for now, we have put it on hold in order to give him time to recover and also talk to all the concerned parties as he is also supposed to sit for Junior Certificate of Education examinations very soon,” said Mabedi.
Gabadinho scored the lone priceless goal that earned the Flames their first full points in the 2014 World Cup qualification campaign.