Thika United FC suffered a major set back during their 2-1 victory against Sofapaka over the weekend, when midfielder Said Tsuma suffered a Non-displaced fracture on the right arm.
Tsuma landed awkwardly after a high ball collusion with the opponent and was replaced and rushed to Thika level five hospital where the orthopedist’s diagnosis revealed the fracture; The player will be rendered in active for six to eight weeks.
The set back comes as a big blow to Thika United who just secured their maiden win this season in that match, and coach Muyoti will be demanding 100% from Denis Lewa and James Kinyanjui who are the candidates likely to fill the void as the midfield is restructured.
Meanwhile Thika United will travel to Nakuru on Sunday 15th to take on Ulinzi Stars in their next Kenya Premier League (KPL) match. Compiled by Ken_magu.