Patson Jaure admits: I was in a critical situation after the road accident. Jaure was involved in a career-threatening accident in March and has used the coronavirus-enforced lockdown to recover. Speaking a club function this week, the Warriors defender said he is now fit and no long feel the pain.
Dynamos captain Partson Jaure has admitted he was in a critical situation after a road accident that left him with a depressed skull fracture.
This comes as good news to DeMbare fans despite the uncertainty to the future of football in the country. “I was in a critical situation I don’t want to lie,” said Jaure. He said the good thing is everything went well and is happy to be back. “But everything went well.
“I was really in a crisis but everything is now fine. I’m 100% fit now,” he said. The former Polokwane City player said he has since started light training and hopes to bounce back when football resumes in the country.
“I have started light training and no longer feel any pain, every time I do so” he added. Jaure saluted DeMbare and other football stakeholders who stood by him during his difficult period. DeMbare rallied behind their captain and have been giving constant updates on his recovery path.
Zimbabwean players plying their trade in foreign leagues also played their part through donation over US$5000 towards Jaure’s surgery. “I want to thank everyone because. I would like to thank my teammates and everyone who helped me, even the supporters for all the prayers and support,” he said.
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