Arwuah back from injury ... again

2010-02-13 00:00

MARITZBURG United will have key defensive midfielder John Arwuah back from injury for the second time in a fortnight when they play Orlando Pirates at Harry Gwala Stadium on Wednesday night (7.30 pm), writes MARC STRYDOM.

Arwuah made a return from a long-term ligament injury in United’s 0-0 draw against Jomo Cosmos last week, but suffered a fracture to his elbow and had to be replaced. The club will also have midfielder Kulegani “Chilis” Madondo back from the suspension that kept him out of Wednesday’s 1-0 defeat away to Mpumalanga Black Aces.

Tickets for the Pirates game are on sale at Computicket, the club offices at 397 Victoria Road and SuperSave in Retief Street.

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