Dynamos captain Partson Jaure undergoes surgery

Dynamos Captain Partson Jaure underwent surgery at a local hospital in Harare on Sunday night to mend a skull fracture he sustained in a road traffic accident last week.

The Surgery was conducted after CT scans confirmed that Jaure, who has been admitted at Parirenyatwa Hospital since last week had a depressed skull fracture.

The Dynamos football cub leadership is confident that Captain Partson Jaure who was injured in a road traffic accident last week will recover in time for the 2020 Premier Soccer League season.

Club chairman, Isaiah Mupfurutsa said the operation was successful and the player is in a stable condition adding that his return will be a major boost for the team.

“Our captain went through a delicate operation yesterday evening [Sunday] and the process was successful. He is now stable and we are just hoping and praying for his speedy recovery. We were preparing the season with him in our plans and he’s speedy recovery and return to action will be a plus for us and will also boost the confidence of the team going into the season”

Jaure who needs at least eight weeks to recover was recently appointed captain on his return to the club that gave him fame after stints in South Africa and Zambia while he also played for Ngezi Platinum and Manica Diamonds on the domestic scene.

The 29-year-old defender is also the captain of the Warriors African Nations Championship-CHAN Squad.