By Tafadzwa Mpofu
Azam FC forward Prince Dube is set to leave for South Africa for treatment after breaking his ulnar in a home match against Yanga SC.
The Zimbabwean was injured on his left arm in a match they eventually lost by a solitary goal. The 23-year-old, who has been in fine form this season, has managed to score six goals and is among the top scorers in the charts.
“Our striker Prince Dube, who was injured in our game against Yanga on Wednesday, November 25, will be taken to South Africa for treatment,” Azam FC confirmed on Thursday.
“Dube, who is a Zimbabwe citizen, was injured in the 15th minute after hurting his left hand’s ulnar [a nerve transmitting electrical signals to muscles especially in the forearm and hand.
“Dube will leave for South Africa on Sunday, November 29 via the Kenya Airways,” the Ice-cream Makers continued.
“He will be treated at the Vincent Pallotti Hospital in Cape Town where he will be treated by a specialist Robert Nicholas. Azam have been using this hospital to treat its players since 2011.
“As a club, we wish Dube a quick recovery.”
On Wednesday, the team was relegated from the top position after falling 1-0 to Timu ya Wananchi at Azam Complex.
After a goalless first half of an end to end showdown at Chamazi, Kaseke broke the deadlock when he managed to beat Azam’s David Mapigano in the 49th minute for Yanga’s opener.
Yanga have proven to be top title challengers this season as they look a renewed side in the hunt for a 28th Premier League crown. They drew 1-1 against archrivals Simba SC in November, a side that Azam are yet to meet this season.
Timu ya Wananchi are also the only side yet to lose a game in the campaign so far as Azam have recorded a second loss. The other team is Wekundu wa Msimbazi who will be in Caf Champions League action on November 29 against Plateau United of Nigeria.