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Wusakile Hospital doctors to assess Kampamba

NKANA striker Ronald Kampamba will be assessed by doctors at Wusakile Mine Hospital to ascertain his fitness for Saturday’s decisive Confederation Cup Group B match against Ivorian side Sewe Sports.
Last week, national team doctor Joseph Kabungo said the goal-poacher’s career was under threat and proposed he undergo a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan to determine the extent of the ankle injury.
“He will be assessed by our doctors at Wusakile Mine Hospital and after that we will be able to know if he will be available for the game against Sewe Sports at the weekend,” said Nkana secretary Kenny Mwansa in Kitwe yesterday.
Mwansa said results of the MRI scan which Kampamba underwent at University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka have not been availed to Nkana.
He also refuted claims that Kampamba has been playing with an injury for two weeks.
Kampamba played 90 minutes in the Confederation Cup Group B 1-0 victory over Egyptian side Al Ahly in Kitwe last week-end.
With one match remaining, Nkana have seven points, one behind Al Ahly, Sewe have six points while Etoile du Sahel of Tunisia have five.