Goal.com caught up with the former Amakhosi captain Jimmy Tau who confirmed that he has fully recovered from the injury that sidelined him the entire season
Former Kaizer Chiefs skipper Jimmy Rabaholo Tau has told Goal.com that he has fully recovered from the injury kept him out of action for the rest of the season and that he is ready to make his long awaited return to the Chiefs starting line-up.
Tau has recently featured for Amakhosi in the Monday reserve league and he hasn’t experienced any complications whatsoever.
“I am okay now. I feel no pains when playing and I believe it’s all up to the coach to play me,” Tau told Goal.com.
“I wouldn’t say I lack match fitness, because I have been heavily involved with the reserve team, though I understand that it is not the same level as the league games,” he said.
The 32-year-old Tau remained secretive about his future at Kaizer Chiefs, as his contract is coming to an end in June, but he revealed that he still wants to play for the current PSL log leaders.
“My agent is dealing with the contract negotiations and I cannot say anything about it at this stage, but I would love to stay,” added Jimmy Tau.
Meanwhile Amakhosi have been dealt with a huge blow, as defender Morgan Gould is expected to see a specialist today (Monday) following a successful scan on Sunday afternoon.
However, reports suggest that Gould could miss the remainder of the season due to a knee injury he sustained in a game between Chiefs and Golden Arrows on Saturday afternoon.
With Morgan Gould now injured, coach Stuart Baxter could recall Jimmy Tau back to the team to bring stability to the Chiefs defence.