He joined the team’s training sessions on Tuesday morning with his other teammates Bernard Parker and Siphiwe Tshabalala.
“It always good to be back, I missed the team’s games due to injury, but thankfully, they did tremendously well and managed to play beautiful football and won all our league games and even did well in the MTN Top 8 semifinal,” said the Warriors striker.
“I’m happy about the recovery and now is the time to get back to business and reclaim a starting line-up.”
Rusike said the team’s positive results came after a hard work from the players and technical team and urged his teammates to keep working hard.
“We are not even in the half-season, so keeping our league status will is our priority. Our coach Stuart Baxter will definitely have hard times to please everyone as no-one can change a winning team.”Post published in: Football