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Mayo and Mathebula doubtful for Rangers clash 26/08/04
Kaizer Chiefs striker Patrick Mayo and newly-signed midfield maestro David Mathebula are both doubtful for the Amakhosi's Castle Premiership clash against Manning Rangers on Saturday.

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Former Dynamos star Mathebula is struggling to shake off a back injury which he picked up against his former club, while Mayo is suffering from a torn knee ligament.

Good news for the Chiefs fans is that Junior Khanye has recovered from an Achilles tendon injury and will be available.

Coach Ted Dumitru also confirmed on the Chiefs website that left-back David Kannemeyer may be on his way out of Naturena.

"It's not in our hands as his (Kannemeyer) contract is expiring in December and his manager is trying to organise a deal in Europe for him. We will not stand in his way if he does get a deal and we wish him the best of luck," said the manager.

Dumitru is also wary of Rangers, saying that they will not be as easy to overcome as they were last season.

"The Rangers that we will play against this weekend is totally different from the one we played against last season. They have reinforced their squad with some experienced and valuable players at both ends of the line-up," said the Romanian-born coach.

"And thats going to make a big difference in their squad. Its going to be a tough match but I am convinced that we do have the capacity to get the three points," he warned.

Dumitru also made mention of the fact that the club is still considering signing a new striker, although in the same breath he also said that they will be looking at developing young players such as avid Radebe and Kaizer Jnr, who he believes are the future of the club.

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