Coastal Union’s striker Nsa Job, who sustained knee injury during the team’s premiership match against JKT Ruvu at the Chamazi Stadium in Dar es Salaam last month, flew to India on Monday.
The player thanked the club officials who valued his football career and took trouble to send him abroad for treatment.
Job pledged to render services to the club upon recovery while he appreciated the club’s decision team at the right time for the right purpose.
Job, who featured for relegated Villa Squad ahead of joining Coastal Union, urged fans of the club to pray for his steady recovery so that he can be available for the second half of the season in January.
Job’s injury halted Coastal Union’s otherwise smooth running in the league as the team lost crucial matches to Yanga and Azam in his absence.