Twaliki’s horrific injury blow for Shabanie

SHABANIE MINE first-choice goalkeeper Victor Twaliki is facing an uncertain future on the sidelines suffering a dislocated jaw after clashing with Dynamos’s Tafadzwa Rusike on Sunday at Maglas Stadium.




Twaliki collided with Rusike in the 22nd minute of the game and is now expected to be transferred to Harare for further scans and treatment.

“I am in great pain my brother, I dislocated my left jaw and the doctors have told me that I have to go to Harare for further treatment.

“I am still admitted here (Zvishavane), but very soon I think I will be transferred to Harare,” the shotstopper said.

Shabanie Mine head coach John Phiri talked to this publication about the injury his player.

“The injury is terrible. We wish him a speedy recovery. We will miss him. But London (Zulu) is also a very good goalkeeper and he can fill the void left by Victor. He played a very good game against Dynamos and that performance alone is a good measure of his abilities,” Phiri said.

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