Jaure surgery successful


©️ PARTSON Jaure is set to be sidelined for at least three months after the Dynamos captain underwent a successful surgery on Sunday to fix fractures, he sustained in a car accident.

Jaure was involved in a ghastly car accident over a week ago which left him with severe facial and head injuries.
Dynamos team doctor Robert Musara said they expect the defender to recover and return to action.

“He had two sets of surgeons on the scull and the jaws facial reconstruction. This was a major operation and the good thing is that it was a success.

“Usually for the jaws, it takes up to six weeks while the skull requires up to eight weeks. When he fully recovers, he will then need another four weeks of physiotherapy. So, it means he requires three months before he starts training once again,” Musara told the Daily News.

At the moment, the entire world is grappling with global pandemic which has killed close to 35 000 and infected over 700 000.

Zimbabwe is currently in a lockdown which began yesterday and will be in place for the next 20 days.
The 2020 football season will only commence once this pandemic has clear which means Jaure will not miss many games.

Meanwhile, the Dynamos’ executive has been playing a leading role in settling the defender’s medical bills while the club’s fans have also come on board with a fundraising initiative.

Jaure also received a huge helping hand from fellow national team players based in the diaspora, who raised US$5 000 to help him to cover some of the hospital bills.

The initiative was spearheaded by the Footballers Union of Zimbabwe president Desmond Maringwa. The defender is one of the several players, who were signed by the Glamour Boys ahead of the 2020 Castle Lager Premiership season and the development is with no doubt a huge blow to the team as it is likely to keep him on the sidelines for a sizeable period.


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