Warriors striker Prince Dube was injured on Wednesday while playing for his Tanzanian club, Azam FC and is set to undergo surgery in South Africa.
Dube fell and broke the ulnar bone in his forearm in the 15th minute of the Tanzania Mainland Premier League clash against Young Africans at the Azam Complex Stadium. Azam said in a statement:
Our striker Prince Dube, who was injured in our game against Yanga yesterday November 25, is expected to go to South Africa for more treatment.
Dube was injured 15 minutes into the match when he broke his front bone called ulnar, this is the bone from the block and down to the last finger.
He will leave the country on Sunday, November 29, he will be treated at Vincent Pallotti Hospital in Cape Town, under the bone champion, Robert Nicolas.
Zaka Zakazi, the Azam head of information and communication department said it is the specialist who will decide for how long Dube will be out for.
Meanwhile, Azam lost to 0-1 to Young Africans and the defeat was the third for the season and they are now second on the log with 25 points while table-topping Young Africans are on 28.