Club captain Patson Jaure has paid tribute to the entire Zimbabwean football family for standing by him following a car accident
which saw him undergo a complicated head operation.
Jaure was diagnosed with a depressed skull fracture but after a successful operation the glamour boys defender has now fully recovered “I am now feeling okay and fit. I just want to thank everyone for their support during the difficult times I found myself in. All those who prayed for me and assisted me one way or the other I am very thankful for that” said Jaure.
The glamour boys defender now just awaits for action to return after the global covid-19 pandemic resulted in the 2020 psl season having to be put on hold since April. Jaure is expected to lead a solid backline following the acquisition of Sylvester Appiah and Byron Madzokere who are set to form part of a solid backline when action begins.
Jaure who launched his professional football career at Dynamos will be relishing a second dance with the glamour boy’s following his move from Manica Diamonds. The 30-year-old centre back is expected to lead the dembare backline when topflight football returns.