By Mehluli Sibanda
Zimbabwean striker, Prince Dube will officially be out for four weeks after undergoing a successful operation to rejoin a broken ulna bone on his left forearm at Vincent Palloti in Cape Town, South Africa on Thursday.
Zaka Zakazi, the Azam head of information and communication department said Dube’s operation was a success and the striker will be out of action for four weeks.
“Prince Dube underwent a successful surgery on his left arm to rejoin the broken bone (ulna), he is expected to stay out of the pitch for four weeks,’’ said Zakazi.
The Warriors striker fell and broke the bone on his left forearm while turning out for Azam in a Vodacom Tanzania Mainland Premier League match against Young Africans last Wednesday. Azam flew the striker to Cape Town, South Africa as they believe that country has the expertise for the player to heal faster.
The Zimbabwean striker has made a bright start to his career at Azam with six goals and four assists in the league. He was voted the Vodacom Tanzania Mainland Premier League Player of the Month for September, an award which came with a cash prize of one million Tanzanian shillings (US$431). The Sunday News