Warriors defender and Dynamos FC captain Partson Jaure’s career is hanging by a thread following reports that he might not return to the football pitch again.
According to the state media, Medical experts have expressed fear that Jaure’s career could be cut short despite undergoing a successful head injury last week.
The delicate operation, undertaken by a team of surgeons at a Harare hospital, lasted more than nine hours. The defender suffered massive head injuries after he was involved in a horrific car accident two weeks ago.
The accident occurred near Prince Edward High school in Harare after the car he was driving in veered off the road and struck a tree.
After the surgery, Jaure was moved from the Intensive Care Unit to the High Dependency Unit at Parirenyatwa Hospital on Monday. Although he is using a small oxygen mask for ease of breathing, the tube that had been put through his nose has been removed.
Jaure was diagnosed with a depressed skull fracture after undergoing CT scans and needed surgery to speed up his recovery process.
‘It’s early days yet. His ability to get back to the field can only be determined after he has fully recovered and the return to rehabilitation starts but for now its really difficult to say with certainty that he will play again. We are all praying and hoping for the best,’ said a sports injury expert, who cannot be named for professional reasons.
The same sentiments were echoed by another medical expert, who said no one at the moment can give a definitive response and assurance that the defender will be able to wear his playing boots again.
‘We have seen medical miracles, anything is possible and at the moment I can only pray, just like everyone, that Jaure gets back to the field. Head injuries are sensitive in their nature, but we are taking solace in that the operation itself was a success. Basing on that, we remain hopeful, although I cannot put my head on the block,’ the medical expert said.
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