The Soldiers have actually verified their lead gamer has actually been operated and also will certainly currently miss out on the remainder of the period
Ulinzi Stars striker Oscar Wamalwa has actually undertaken a successful shoulder injury and also will certainly miss out on the remainder of the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) period.
Wamalwa endured an acromioclavicular joint misplacement (generally a misplacement in the shoulder) throughout Ulinzi Stars organization suit versus AFC Leopards used February 2 at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru.
Wamalwa decreased on his shoulder after a competition with AFC Leopards protector Collins Shivachi in the 90 th min and also did not rise as Ulinzi Stars won a throw-in.
He was promptly checked out by the club’s group paramedic John Imboywa and also an immediate require the cot was made, with the rescue likewise indicated to hurry him to health center.
The Soldiers have actually currently verified the gamer will certainly not play any longer this period after going through surgery on Friday.
“Oscar [Wamalwa] had successful surgery to his damaged shoulder on Friday as he proceeds with the recovery procedure,” the club composed on their ” target=” _ empty”>>Facebook web page.
“As you know he will not play anymore this season. He has shown immense strength at the height of this situation and as we stand by him, we all pray for a full recovery. Join us in wishing the top striker well.”
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Wamalwa’s injury is not simply an impact to Ulinzi Stars, he had actually developed himself as a vital guy in train Francis Kimanzi’s Kenya nationwide group after an excellent proving at the 2019 Cecafa Senior Challenge as Harambee Stars ended up third.
The injury notes a reduced finishing to a period that began with fantastic pledge for Wamalwa, that arised leading marker in the East African Military Games in Kenya, and also the Cecafa tourney in Uganda.
He had actually currently racked up 7 objectives in the organization this period and also had actually stated his objective to go with the Golden Boot.