Keagan Dolly was not part of the squad that faced Nigeria in the AFCON qualifier game played in South Africa on Saturday last week, because of Injury.


Meanwhile, according to report making waves in the local and international media today, stated that the former Mamelodi Sundowns player would be returning back to action soon, after picking up a nasty injury against Strasbourg back in September,

The 25 years Montpellier player, has had to watch from the sidelines as his side’s impressive start to the season continued, and he will be itching to get back out on the field before 2018 comes to an end.


Dolly said, “I’m really excited because it’s almost time for me to join the team and resume full training again. I’ve probably got just one or two weeks left of tests and ball work, and then I’ll be ready. It’s been a very frustrating past few weeks but I’ve always stayed positive. I’m not really sure on which specific game I’ll be back for, but I’ll probably play with the reserves first.”
Montpellier have six Ligue 1 games left this year before the Christmas break, including their last game – on December 22nd – against French giants, Olympique Lyonnais.
The news of his impending return will be welcomed by Bafana Bafana head coach, Stuart Baxter, ahead of March’s African Cup of Nations qualifier against Libya.